The timing must be proper.
For Thomas Garcia and Chad Brummett, it took years to get their net sequence off the bottom.
The duo talked about it so much.
In July, they determined to take an enormous leap and begin “That’s Some Scary Sh!t.”
The sequence follows Brummett, Garcia and Jordan Jones as they embark on an exhilarating journey that explores essentially the most “haunted” locations in New Mexico. The crew makes use of reenactments, interviews and the newest ghost searching methods.
“We’ve kicked the tires about doing this present, and our schedules by no means appeared to ease up,” Brummett says.
Garcia says it lastly turned clear it was by no means going to be the appropriate time.
The primary few episodes have tackled ghosts in Outdated City and Madrid, south of Santa Fe.
Brummett says numerous the concepts stem from issues that the duo have already identified.
“Tommy takes the reins of this,” Brummett says. “For the Madrid piece, he dug in and bought these tales. We work within the discipline the place analysis is the bread and butter of what we do. There’s numerous stuff we found as we went into manufacturing. We go in with a tough recreation plan.”
Garcia says that with manufacturing, it’s at all times a “wait and see” course of.
“As a result of the sequence is partly produced and partly reality-based, it’s a course of,” Garcia says. “It wouldn’t be as a lot of a problem as a result of we’ve got Chad. He’s good on each aspect of the digital camera. I’ve been producing for 20 years. If we didn’t have Chad, there’s no manner we might get this carried out.”
Whereas each Brummett and Garcia work within the TV aspect of stories, they needed to verify the sequence was one thing totally different.
Making it an online sequence afforded them extra freedom, starting with the identify.
“We additionally appreciated it as a result of it was divorced from our day jobs,” Brummett says.
Garcia says the thought has at all times been a ardour challenge as a result of he and his spouse are beginner ghost hunters.
“I assumed it might be cool if we did a New Mexico model of ‘Unsolved Mysteries,’ ” Garcia says. “It was going to be tales and reenactments. It modified dynamics when Jordan got here in. We wanted that rock star for the sequence. He’s among the finest in the case of paranormal exercise.”
Brummett says one of many objectives of the sequence will not be solely to supply leisure however make it accessible to everybody.
“There’s a little bit of camp within the sequence,” he says. “We didn’t need this to be a ‘Ghost Adventures.’ We need to make the present really feel accessible to the place folks will need to go test it out.”
Garcia says as that the sequence progressed, they’ve thought-about holding contests that may deliver a viewer into the investigation.
“We’re not faking something,” Garcia says. “Every part is open to interpretation.”
Brummett and Garcia additionally hope the sequence will assist push tourism.
“Every part is shut down now, however we proceed to make content material for when the world opens once more,” Brummett says. “It’s a distinct segment market and a really actual factor.”