Ghosts are never invisible on Syfy, since the network has 8 billion versions of its ghost-hunting franchise. The original "Ghost Hunters" (8 p.m. Aug. 24, Syfy; 2.5 stars) returns Wednesday for 15 new Season 7 episodes with a case called "Urgent" that picks up where The Atlantic Paranormal Society left off last season.
Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson rush back to Rhode Island to deal with a new case involving a 4-year-old child, leaving the rest of their team in Hawaii to analyze what they saw at Pearl Harbor.
Somebody or something was in the library saying, "Let's get that door open." Spooky! Of course, it'd be spookier if I weren't so doubtful about this whole ghost hunting enterprise. That's why I appreciate the way the hunters often are skeptical, too, and try ever so hard to debunk that there actually is a haunting.
Still, maybe I need to go on a ghost hunt...
Anyway, on to the urgent case: A family seeks hunters' help to figure out what is in their house, and with what is scaring their 4-year-old daughter, Hannah, and who the old woman is their niece has seen, and why their nephew swears he's been attacked in the house. They're all scared, and the hunters take cases involving children seriously.
The main hunters, Jason and Grant, take action, bringing Steve Gonsalves and occasional hunter KJ McCormick along. In the clip above, Steve and KJ confront him, er, it, um, the ghost.
Or was it? Do you believe?