‘Ghost Brothers’ News, Spoilers & Updates: Longleaf Sawmill Friendly Encounter!

The Ghost Brothers are on it again

The Ghost Brothers are on it again. Their mission? To hit the most haunted locations in America. To prove that ghosts are for real. Last week they investigated the Thornhaven Manor in New Castle Indiana. A strong presence inside the house welcomed them through a banging of a sealed door in daylight. This happened while they were having a little interview with the present home owner. This incident gave them the impression that what’s in there is something aggressive. Now isn’t that a good start for their new adventures for this season 2?

We’ve seen the Ghost Brothers Dalen, Juwan, and Marcus in last year’s season 1 as they perfectly incorporated their charismatic humor with their hunger for paranormal discoveries. They knew what they are after and at the same time also knew when to say it’s enough. In last week’s episode they were so determined to find out the secrets inside the Thornhaven Manor. Using their gadgets and gut feeling they pushed through the mission. But as soon as they heard the word “Hell” twice, they knew it was time to stop. On their way out they concluded that there were more than two entities inside including Scooby-Doo, Casper, and Beetlejuice to add humor to it and stamped the Thornhaven Manor as certified haunted.

From Aggressive to Little Friendlier Entity

This is not the first time that the Sawmill would be investigated because of the rumored haunting in the place. Now the Ghost Brothers joined by a local volunteer and another two local paranormal investigators will join forces to see if it is really haunted or not.

Let the Hunting Begin

[Spoiler Alert: You have been warned]

Let it begin or has it begun? According to reports even before the Ghost Brothers officially start their paranormal investigations Dalen already felt something. Tracy, the volunteer accompanying them confirmed that that is not actually a unsual event, at a specific place in the Sawmill where they are standing. Was it only Dalen or do the others felt it too?

When Ghost Brothers Investigate, they Become Creative

We’ve seen the Ghost Brothers recreate a breakfast scene in the last episode to create a trigger object. And it did trigger something. This time they are stirring it up again by recreating a train scene with a set of tracks where a man was believed to be killed. A dramatic scene that would possibly got a paranormal response. Part of the investigation was a pit where someone died. The hole is narrow and no one among them can possibly get down. What they did is to be creative to get the camera down the hole with a little help of a duct tape. What was in there? No we don’t want to spoil everything.

Ghost Brothers will show more about the Louisiana’s Longleaf Sawmill. Will it be stamped haunted? As there are many things yet to be revealed you have to tune in on Friday night at 10 p.m. ET. and see it for yourself.

Chocolate Croissants

Chocolate fans will cheer this twist on tiramisu: It has ladyfingers infused with cocoa instead of espresso and an ethereal filling of chocolate and cream cheese. One bite and you’ll be transported to your favorite trattoria.

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Chocolate Tiramisu Cake

INGREDIENTS

2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder, plus more for garnish
1 1/2 cups heavy cream
4 ounces semisweet chocolate, chopped
1 bar (8 ounces) cream cheese, room temperature
3/4 cup sugar
24 ladyfinger cookies (from a 7-ounce package)

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Chocolate Tiramisu Cake Closeup

DESCRIPTION

In a medium bowl, mix cocoa powder with 1 1/2 cups very hot water until dissolved; set cocoa mixture aside. In a small microwave-safe bowl, place 1/4 cup cream and chocolate; microwave in 1-minute increments, and stir until melted. Cool to room temperature.
Transfer cooled chocolate mixture to a mixing bowl; add cream cheese and sugar. Using an electric mixer, beat until blended. Add remaining cream; beat chocolate filling until fluffy, about 2 minutes.
Spread 1 cup chocolate filling in the bottom of a 2-quart serving dish. One at a time, dip 6 ladyfingers in cocoa mixture, then arrange in a single layer in dish; spread with 1 cup chocolate filling. Repeat with three more layers, ending with filling.

 

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Tiramisu Cake in Glass

Another version is fruit tiramisu, where complementary fruit such as berries, peaches or apricots are added. Frozen tiramisu recipes are also available. They include the addition of gelato, frozen yogurt or ice cream in place of the custard. Tiramisu’s popularity over the last three decades have prompted cooks to adapt the essential ingredients used in the dish for a number of recipes such as cakes, ice creams, cheesecakes and puddings.

Much in the same way that the English trifle is often served during holiday celebrations, tiramisu is a wonderful Italian delicacy to add to holiday festivities. Although after trying it once, food lovers may not be able to wait for a special occasion before they decide to serve it again.

Fresh Strawberry Mousse

Chocolate fans will cheer this twist on tiramisu: It has ladyfingers infused with cocoa instead of espresso and an ethereal filling of chocolate and cream cheese. One bite and you’ll be transported to your favorite trattoria.

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Chocolate Tiramisu Cake

INGREDIENTS

2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder, plus more for garnish
1 1/2 cups heavy cream
4 ounces semisweet chocolate, chopped
1 bar (8 ounces) cream cheese, room temperature
3/4 cup sugar
24 ladyfinger cookies (from a 7-ounce package)

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Chocolate Tiramisu Cake Closeup

DESCRIPTION

In a medium bowl, mix cocoa powder with 1 1/2 cups very hot water until dissolved; set cocoa mixture aside. In a small microwave-safe bowl, place 1/4 cup cream and chocolate; microwave in 1-minute increments, and stir until melted. Cool to room temperature.
Transfer cooled chocolate mixture to a mixing bowl; add cream cheese and sugar. Using an electric mixer, beat until blended. Add remaining cream; beat chocolate filling until fluffy, about 2 minutes.
Spread 1 cup chocolate filling in the bottom of a 2-quart serving dish. One at a time, dip 6 ladyfingers in cocoa mixture, then arrange in a single layer in dish; spread with 1 cup chocolate filling. Repeat with three more layers, ending with filling.

 

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Tiramisu Cake in Glass

Another version is fruit tiramisu, where complementary fruit such as berries, peaches or apricots are added. Frozen tiramisu recipes are also available. They include the addition of gelato, frozen yogurt or ice cream in place of the custard. Tiramisu’s popularity over the last three decades have prompted cooks to adapt the essential ingredients used in the dish for a number of recipes such as cakes, ice creams, cheesecakes and puddings.

Much in the same way that the English trifle is often served during holiday celebrations, tiramisu is a wonderful Italian delicacy to add to holiday festivities. Although after trying it once, food lovers may not be able to wait for a special occasion before they decide to serve it again.

A Diet for Better Energy

The wait is over: summer has arrived in New York. That means the days are longer, the kids are out of school, and there’s no snow. Here are 19 fun ways to make this summer the best ever in Upstate New York. There’s no better way to experience the great outdoors than to spend a few days sleeping under the stars.

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But for those who don’t want to rough it up, luxury camping is another option. Glamping combines the grandeur of the great outdoors with all the amenities of luxury lodging. You don’t have to lug around any heavy equipment and can avoid sleeping on the ground. Upstate NY has some top-of-the-line glamping sites worth checking out.

there’s plenty of amusement parks in Upstate New York! water slides, roller coasters, amusement park rides never get old

Only a few hundred drive-in theaters remain in America. Luckily for us, there are plenty throughout Upstate New York. Most theaters allow customers to bring their own food and drink and some even allow pets. So grab some snacks and cozy up in your car and enjoy a movie this summer.

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There’s something about the natural beauty of swimming holes that make people love them. And in every corner of Upstate New York, there’s one that’s perfect to take a relaxing dip. The Catskills region alone is home to numerous swimming holes worth venturing out to, including Peekamoose Blue Hole.

Buy yourself some peanuts and cracker jacks and enjoy America’s pastime while watching one of Upstate New York’s minor league baseball teams. Check the schedules of local team and head out during a special, fun promotional night.

It’s no coincidence that two of the three best state parks in the country are in Upstate New York. Sure, Letchworth State Park and Watkins Glen deserve their spot in the top three, but every state park is special for its own reason and worth exploring. So go visit one you’ve never been to before and enjoy New York’s natural beauty.

“Turn off the television, put away the phone, get in the car, roll down the windows and just drive”

Summer is also a great time for a good old-fashioned road trip through Upstate NY. Take low-way, the old-way, on a route 20 road trip from Buffalo to Albany. Along the way, tour classic Upstate New York by visiting Cazenovia, Skaneateles and other towns.

But the roads aren’t just for cars they’re for motorcycles, too. With plenty of rolling hills, high peaks, back roads and curves throughout the Upstate, there are numerous motorcycle routes worth driving in Upstate.

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Attend a festival! Boredom isn’t an option when there are numerous events and festivals taking place every weekend in Upstate New York. There’s the NYS Blues Fest, the Sterling Renaissance Festival, the Oswego Harborfest and a long list of plenty others. But don’t limit yourself to just the major events; check out one of the unique, obscure festivals in the state, including Sauerkraut Weekend, the Bagel Festival and Hobofest.

Upstate New Yorkers love picking their own fresh fruit, including apples in the fall and strawberries in late spring. Summer is blueberry season. Whether going with the family or trying to impress someone on a first date, blueberry picking is a sure bet in the summer. Picking usually starts in early July and continues through mid-August, when blueberries ripen.

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Hungry? Then eat! Go order a garbage plate from Nick’s in Rochester, a coney from Heid’s near Syracuse, Buffalo wings from Anchorbar in Buffalo, and any other food from Upstate NY we all love. It’s never a bad time to try a new restaurant, so be sure to check out some of the best places to eat across Upstate NY. And since it’s summer, it’s the optimal time to enjoy a waterfront restaurant.

If you’re looking for a summer camp for a kid or if you miss going to summer camp as a kid), then Upstate New York has you covered. Sure, there are plenty of camps that offer campfire sing-alongs and canoeing.

Summer camps are always fun for kids, but have you heard of adult summer camp? Located in the Southwoods of the Adirondack mountains, Camp No Counselors allows grown-ups to getaway and relive the glory days as a camper. The only available weekend left is September 17-20, so register while there’s still space left.

Good Fats vs Bad Fats

The wait is over: summer has arrived in New York. That means the days are longer, the kids are out of school, and there’s no snow. Here are 19 fun ways to make this summer the best ever in Upstate New York. There’s no better way to experience the great outdoors than to spend a few days sleeping under the stars.

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But for those who don’t want to rough it up, luxury camping is another option. Glamping combines the grandeur of the great outdoors with all the amenities of luxury lodging. You don’t have to lug around any heavy equipment and can avoid sleeping on the ground. Upstate NY has some top-of-the-line glamping sites worth checking out.

there’s plenty of amusement parks in Upstate New York! water slides, roller coasters, amusement park rides never get old

Only a few hundred drive-in theaters remain in America. Luckily for us, there are plenty throughout Upstate New York. Most theaters allow customers to bring their own food and drink and some even allow pets. So grab some snacks and cozy up in your car and enjoy a movie this summer.

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There’s something about the natural beauty of swimming holes that make people love them. And in every corner of Upstate New York, there’s one that’s perfect to take a relaxing dip. The Catskills region alone is home to numerous swimming holes worth venturing out to, including Peekamoose Blue Hole.

Buy yourself some peanuts and cracker jacks and enjoy America’s pastime while watching one of Upstate New York’s minor league baseball teams. Check the schedules of local team and head out during a special, fun promotional night.

It’s no coincidence that two of the three best state parks in the country are in Upstate New York. Sure, Letchworth State Park and Watkins Glen deserve their spot in the top three, but every state park is special for its own reason and worth exploring. So go visit one you’ve never been to before and enjoy New York’s natural beauty.

“Turn off the television, put away the phone, get in the car, roll down the windows and just drive”

Summer is also a great time for a good old-fashioned road trip through Upstate NY. Take low-way, the old-way, on a route 20 road trip from Buffalo to Albany. Along the way, tour classic Upstate New York by visiting Cazenovia, Skaneateles and other towns.

But the roads aren’t just for cars they’re for motorcycles, too. With plenty of rolling hills, high peaks, back roads and curves throughout the Upstate, there are numerous motorcycle routes worth driving in Upstate.

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Attend a festival! Boredom isn’t an option when there are numerous events and festivals taking place every weekend in Upstate New York. There’s the NYS Blues Fest, the Sterling Renaissance Festival, the Oswego Harborfest and a long list of plenty others. But don’t limit yourself to just the major events; check out one of the unique, obscure festivals in the state, including Sauerkraut Weekend, the Bagel Festival and Hobofest.

Upstate New Yorkers love picking their own fresh fruit, including apples in the fall and strawberries in late spring. Summer is blueberry season. Whether going with the family or trying to impress someone on a first date, blueberry picking is a sure bet in the summer. Picking usually starts in early July and continues through mid-August, when blueberries ripen.

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Hungry? Then eat! Go order a garbage plate from Nick’s in Rochester, a coney from Heid’s near Syracuse, Buffalo wings from Anchorbar in Buffalo, and any other food from Upstate NY we all love. It’s never a bad time to try a new restaurant, so be sure to check out some of the best places to eat across Upstate NY. And since it’s summer, it’s the optimal time to enjoy a waterfront restaurant.

If you’re looking for a summer camp for a kid or if you miss going to summer camp as a kid), then Upstate New York has you covered. Sure, there are plenty of camps that offer campfire sing-alongs and canoeing.

Summer camps are always fun for kids, but have you heard of adult summer camp? Located in the Southwoods of the Adirondack mountains, Camp No Counselors allows grown-ups to getaway and relive the glory days as a camper. The only available weekend left is September 17-20, so register while there’s still space left.

The Power of Protein

The wait is over: summer has arrived in New York. That means the days are longer, the kids are out of school, and there’s no snow. Here are 19 fun ways to make this summer the best ever in Upstate New York. There’s no better way to experience the great outdoors than to spend a few days sleeping under the stars.

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But for those who don’t want to rough it up, luxury camping is another option. Glamping combines the grandeur of the great outdoors with all the amenities of luxury lodging. You don’t have to lug around any heavy equipment and can avoid sleeping on the ground. Upstate NY has some top-of-the-line glamping sites worth checking out.

there’s plenty of amusement parks in Upstate New York! water slides, roller coasters, amusement park rides never get old

Only a few hundred drive-in theaters remain in America. Luckily for us, there are plenty throughout Upstate New York. Most theaters allow customers to bring their own food and drink and some even allow pets. So grab some snacks and cozy up in your car and enjoy a movie this summer.

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There’s something about the natural beauty of swimming holes that make people love them. And in every corner of Upstate New York, there’s one that’s perfect to take a relaxing dip. The Catskills region alone is home to numerous swimming holes worth venturing out to, including Peekamoose Blue Hole.

Buy yourself some peanuts and cracker jacks and enjoy America’s pastime while watching one of Upstate New York’s minor league baseball teams. Check the schedules of local team and head out during a special, fun promotional night.

It’s no coincidence that two of the three best state parks in the country are in Upstate New York. Sure, Letchworth State Park and Watkins Glen deserve their spot in the top three, but every state park is special for its own reason and worth exploring. So go visit one you’ve never been to before and enjoy New York’s natural beauty.

“Turn off the television, put away the phone, get in the car, roll down the windows and just drive”

Summer is also a great time for a good old-fashioned road trip through Upstate NY. Take low-way, the old-way, on a route 20 road trip from Buffalo to Albany. Along the way, tour classic Upstate New York by visiting Cazenovia, Skaneateles and other towns.

But the roads aren’t just for cars they’re for motorcycles, too. With plenty of rolling hills, high peaks, back roads and curves throughout the Upstate, there are numerous motorcycle routes worth driving in Upstate.

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Attend a festival! Boredom isn’t an option when there are numerous events and festivals taking place every weekend in Upstate New York. There’s the NYS Blues Fest, the Sterling Renaissance Festival, the Oswego Harborfest and a long list of plenty others. But don’t limit yourself to just the major events; check out one of the unique, obscure festivals in the state, including Sauerkraut Weekend, the Bagel Festival and Hobofest.

Upstate New Yorkers love picking their own fresh fruit, including apples in the fall and strawberries in late spring. Summer is blueberry season. Whether going with the family or trying to impress someone on a first date, blueberry picking is a sure bet in the summer. Picking usually starts in early July and continues through mid-August, when blueberries ripen.

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Hungry? Then eat! Go order a garbage plate from Nick’s in Rochester, a coney from Heid’s near Syracuse, Buffalo wings from Anchorbar in Buffalo, and any other food from Upstate NY we all love. It’s never a bad time to try a new restaurant, so be sure to check out some of the best places to eat across Upstate NY. And since it’s summer, it’s the optimal time to enjoy a waterfront restaurant.

If you’re looking for a summer camp for a kid or if you miss going to summer camp as a kid), then Upstate New York has you covered. Sure, there are plenty of camps that offer campfire sing-alongs and canoeing.

Summer camps are always fun for kids, but have you heard of adult summer camp? Located in the Southwoods of the Adirondack mountains, Camp No Counselors allows grown-ups to getaway and relive the glory days as a camper. The only available weekend left is September 17-20, so register while there’s still space left.

Good Sources of Potasium

The wait is over: summer has arrived in New York. That means the days are longer, the kids are out of school, and there’s no snow. Here are 19 fun ways to make this summer the best ever in Upstate New York. There’s no better way to experience the great outdoors than to spend a few days sleeping under the stars.

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But for those who don’t want to rough it up, luxury camping is another option. Glamping combines the grandeur of the great outdoors with all the amenities of luxury lodging. You don’t have to lug around any heavy equipment and can avoid sleeping on the ground. Upstate NY has some top-of-the-line glamping sites worth checking out.

there’s plenty of amusement parks in Upstate New York! water slides, roller coasters, amusement park rides never get old

Only a few hundred drive-in theaters remain in America. Luckily for us, there are plenty throughout Upstate New York. Most theaters allow customers to bring their own food and drink and some even allow pets. So grab some snacks and cozy up in your car and enjoy a movie this summer.

p2

There’s something about the natural beauty of swimming holes that make people love them. And in every corner of Upstate New York, there’s one that’s perfect to take a relaxing dip. The Catskills region alone is home to numerous swimming holes worth venturing out to, including Peekamoose Blue Hole.

Buy yourself some peanuts and cracker jacks and enjoy America’s pastime while watching one of Upstate New York’s minor league baseball teams. Check the schedules of local team and head out during a special, fun promotional night.

It’s no coincidence that two of the three best state parks in the country are in Upstate New York. Sure, Letchworth State Park and Watkins Glen deserve their spot in the top three, but every state park is special for its own reason and worth exploring. So go visit one you’ve never been to before and enjoy New York’s natural beauty.

“Turn off the television, put away the phone, get in the car, roll down the windows and just drive”

Summer is also a great time for a good old-fashioned road trip through Upstate NY. Take low-way, the old-way, on a route 20 road trip from Buffalo to Albany. Along the way, tour classic Upstate New York by visiting Cazenovia, Skaneateles and other towns.

But the roads aren’t just for cars they’re for motorcycles, too. With plenty of rolling hills, high peaks, back roads and curves throughout the Upstate, there are numerous motorcycle routes worth driving in Upstate.

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Attend a festival! Boredom isn’t an option when there are numerous events and festivals taking place every weekend in Upstate New York. There’s the NYS Blues Fest, the Sterling Renaissance Festival, the Oswego Harborfest and a long list of plenty others. But don’t limit yourself to just the major events; check out one of the unique, obscure festivals in the state, including Sauerkraut Weekend, the Bagel Festival and Hobofest.

Upstate New Yorkers love picking their own fresh fruit, including apples in the fall and strawberries in late spring. Summer is blueberry season. Whether going with the family or trying to impress someone on a first date, blueberry picking is a sure bet in the summer. Picking usually starts in early July and continues through mid-August, when blueberries ripen.

p4

Hungry? Then eat! Go order a garbage plate from Nick’s in Rochester, a coney from Heid’s near Syracuse, Buffalo wings from Anchorbar in Buffalo, and any other food from Upstate NY we all love. It’s never a bad time to try a new restaurant, so be sure to check out some of the best places to eat across Upstate NY. And since it’s summer, it’s the optimal time to enjoy a waterfront restaurant.

If you’re looking for a summer camp for a kid or if you miss going to summer camp as a kid), then Upstate New York has you covered. Sure, there are plenty of camps that offer campfire sing-alongs and canoeing.

Summer camps are always fun for kids, but have you heard of adult summer camp? Located in the Southwoods of the Adirondack mountains, Camp No Counselors allows grown-ups to getaway and relive the glory days as a camper. The only available weekend left is September 17-20, so register while there’s still space left.