GhostHuntersFans.com has learned from several cast members’ Facebook sites from the Syfy Channel show Ghost Mine that is has been cancelled instead of filming for a third season.
Patrick Doyle, one of the show’s paranormal investigators, had this to say on his Facebook page:
“I see the news is out that Ghost Mine will not be coming back next season. We don’t know what the future holds for the crew & show, but I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your love & support. Your voices & messages are what kept us going for this long.
Another one of the cast members Stan “Papa Smurf” Griffith had this to say about the cancellation of the show:
“Good morning gang. Well as most of you have heard already we received a call from the production company that the new executives on SyFy will not be renewing Ghost Mine for a 3rd season. Sorry it has taken so long to get an answer out of them but they finally decided yesterday evening not to re-new the show. I will try and keep my page open for awhile and up date you all on what Mama Smurf and I are up to. It has been great knowing all of you and all the support you have given us. I guess we will see what is down the road for us. Love Ya All. Papa Smurf”
Jay Verburg, another member from the show had this to add;
“So, I’m not goin anywhere, anytime soon. You know where to find me and all the mentioned above. I still have things to share and will continue to post. I have even contributed on a few local investigations and have more planned for the future. Like you, I still have unanswered questions… but the end of Ghost Mine isn’t gonna stop me! I have more to explore in this world!”
Kristen Luman, actress, turned “Paranormal Investigator”? posted this about the news:
“So sad news before the holidays…we will not be renewed this season. That doesn’t mean we are gone forever but it does mean we wont be heading anywhere anytime soon with SyFy. Although I am immensely disappointed for Patrick, the men, and myself it was an amazing two summers. There are not enough words of gratitude I can express to all the viewers. We had such awesome support. We won’t quit our research. Patrick and I will continue our work and keep you all a part of it on the way through videos and messages. Again thanks to all that fought to keep us on and who knows what the future will bring, I am staying positive and hopeful.”
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Matthew Phillips is a reporter from Michigan who has been interested in the paranormal since he was 3 years old. He has covered Ghost Hunters and Paranormal Activity for Haunting News Magazine.