In “TV is rubbish” news, I’m afraid there is yet another series promoting a “grief vampire”.
In each episode of “The Last Goodbye,” viewers will follow Rebecca as she looks to bring people together with the spirits of those they’ve lost to help resolve the questions that death has left behind. Loved ones, who never had the chance to ask a last question or express an unspoken thought to a late family member or friend, are given the opportunity to communicate through Rebecca.
Source: New Series “The Last Goodbye”
This show along with several other vapid paranormal series are on LMN or Lifetime Movie Network. They specialize in “television for women”. Great. Just what women need – mindless superstitious nonsense.
As we always clarify, there would be nothing wrong with programming like this for entertainment but it’s never presented that way. Such programming is meant to be seen as real and the viewer is encouraged to buy into the stories and believe them, even though they are not based on evidence but on dramatic recreations and edited segments.
If Rebecca Rosen claims to talk to the dead, she should agree to be tested and exhibit this extraordinary ability without helpful editing.