Saturday, June 02, 2012
R3LOAD Network has announced the top 5 most watched episodes of its very popular paranormal reality web TV series, Singapore Haunted. At Number 5 is Singapore Haunted: Fall of Singapore Special: "In this Fall of Singapore special episode, we take a look back at our paranormal investigations at some of the most haunted World War II sites in Singapore plus we reveal never before seen footage of these investigations."
At Number 4 is Singapore Haunted: Bedok Reservoir Park (Part 2): "The team finds out if the ghost of the partial corpse that was found floating in Bedok Reservoir is haunting the area. They also investigate other parts of the park where people have reported seeing ghosts."
Coming at Number 3 is Singapore Haunted: Pasir Ris Suicide Tower: "In the Season Finale of Singapore Haunted, the team heads back to Pasir Ris Mangrove Swarm to investigate the infamous Suicide Tower, the site where a person was reported to commit suicide many years ago."
The 2nd most watched Singapore Haunted episode is Singapore Haunted: Bedok Reservoir (Part 1): "Join the paranormal investigation team from Singapore Haunted as they investigate the Bedok Reservoir Park during the most active/haunted day of the Chinese Ghost Month."
And finally the episode with a half a million views and counting, and the one that takes the number 1 spot is Singapore Haunted: Mother and Child Suicide: "The team goes back to Bedok Reservoir, the site where the bodies of Madam Tan Sze Sze and her 3 year old son Jerald were found floating face down."
Singapore Haunted is produced and directed by yours truly for R3LOAD Network (pronounced as Reload Network), a unique hybrid web TV network and a full-service viral video agency and online branded entertainment production studio that combines expertise, creativity and technical know-how to produce, distribute, market and track branded video content and viral videos for brands and companies that want to engage their customers and generate buzz about their services and products on emerging new media platforms.
Posted by I.Z. Reloaded at 11:46 AM
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