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We hope you enjoyed watching Ghost Trek: Goomba Body Snatchers Mortuary Lockdown (And Panel Show).
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Ghost Trek follows the Paranormal Underworld Detective Society (PUDS) as they investigate haunts across the U.S. and abroad between tanning beds, babes, body-building, and bong hits – all the while risking life and limb capturing the undead and unexplained on video. In the all-new Goomba Body Snatchers episode, the Ghost Trek fans are lined up around the block to attend a panel show and live broadcast hosted by Rick Weiner of the Real Divorcees of Los Angeles County. Scary Carrie continues her unrelenting haze of the newbie, Jules Partridge. Zeke is called out about his tryst with Svetlana on live TV. Clairvoyant Guy Swisher visits via satellite from the set of Psychic Brats. Joey Mayhem is accidentally dosed with a heaping helping of mushroom-laced omelets right before lockdown. The Gambini & Sons Mortuary is haunted by a high profile bondage photographer and notorious mob enforcer – both dismembered and sold to biomed companies by a mad junkie doctor. Weasel and Ray-Ray bang their heads in a musical number. This episode lampoons everything from Goodfellas to "Ghost Adventures" - from Mapplethorpe to mad doctors - from "Real Housewives" to George Romero - from "Talking Dead" to teen icons. The ensemble cast of Goomba Body Snatchers stars the late Gia Allemand in her final role, Michael Melendez, Jonny Fairplay, Julia Bullock, Christy Johnson, Disco Inferno, Kevin Johnson and Tim Ross, with appearances by Colt Cabana, Michael Bortone, and Brett Gentile. The newest episode is written and directed by Michael G. Plumides, Jr., with additional material directed by Robert Filion, and produced by Plumides, Chris Pittman, Robert Filion, and Bill Walker. Executive Producers are Chris Pittman, Michael G. Plumides, Jr. and Anne Saunders.