I guess fans of the Ghost Hunter franchise or Britt Griffith might make the argument about Britt being punished for using his “right of free speech.” Sure Britt has a “Right” of free speech, but he also has a responsibility.
I really think that Britt owes a lot of people an apology (update he has apologized). His words reflect badly on the entire paranormal field.
I have no idea why my brain chose that word as i do not use it just like i do not use the N word.
I come from a f…amily with gays and lesbians in it and i completely understand the punch behind that word.
During Wilson's time on the show, it went through some strange moments that weren't paranormal.
The show did go off the beaten path for a while, and as far as TPB is concerned, the show needed to get back to basics.
He may have driven the last nail in the coffin of paranormal tv.
Then again, ending paranormal tv may not be such a bad thing!Wilson did indicate that the job presented some stress which does make one wonder just what strain may have resulted from his participation on the show.I must say Grant Wilson was one of my favorites on the show.I shudder to think back in the day when Brian Harnois was on the show, if Grant or Jason would have been so lenient.Britt and the phantom career " data-medium-file="https://gnostalgia.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/brittfired.jpg? w=238" data-large-file="https://gnostalgia.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/brittfired.jpg? w=120 120w" sizes="(max-width: 238px) 100vw, 238px" / As many of you know, I had some trouble with Britt Griffith’s comments in a recent radio interview. Britt was to leave GH for a spot on the all but defunct Ghost Hunters International. w=238" class="size-full wp-image-3221" title="brittfired" src="https://gnostalgia.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/brittfired.jpg? w=645" alt="Britt and the phantom career" srcset="https://gnostalgia.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/238w, https://gnostalgia.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/brittfired.jpg?