I definitely don't want to spark a religious debate but the show just can't seem to get it right regarding religious accoutrements. Items of worship. A cross is not a crucifix, although a cross is part of a crucifix. They're not the same thing! I went into detail in the nitpick thread.
I mean, what the heck, Show. It isn't that hard to research. Google it.
As for the quality of the episodes (otherwise): I actually really liked Wicked Warriors. I didn't think they were wicked, just very hurt and really, rightly so. A whole tribe purposely wiped out so their land could be stolen? I was outraged. And then I felt so sad. I am glad it had a peaceful resolution. I hoped he would try to find out what he could do to try to appease them - in a way that didn't have to do with just letting him stay on the land. Something like, planting fragrant trees. I'm not sure what. (That was on the past episode of a different series.) I found that family believable.
The war hero...I don't know what was going on there. The family staying there while he was away also had experiences there. When he showed up at his girlfriend's house that could've been anything. There was a recent story about a man with PTSD and it described him as pale, sweating and dissociative. So, who knows. But it seems like sometimes the people move out and have no further problems and the new occupants claim they don't, either? So I don't understand that.
I often wonder if the souls just need or want prayers? And that's why they are bothering the occupants? They never explained why that one room smelled in his house or who the (ghost) man could have been.
The Southern Baptists who visited a plantation and then had bad dreams or whatever: I felt like that was mostly their imagination plus night terrors (a phenomena in which people feel they can't move but really are just having a nightmare in a half awake state.) In the photo labeled "actual photo" I couldn't see anything amiss. In the photo with the clear face in the window, it wasn't labeled "actual photo" and it was just like the re-enactment so I am calling that fake. But the show should've specified clearer.
The last story, with the 'family home' that was badly haunted - I believed it. The neighbors, the people hired to paint the exterior, all knew it was haunted. I don't know why that story would've been kept from the couple. Some people don't like to talk about the past. It was too bad they got a divorce later on. I don't know why the murder victim would have been so mean to them? It was a sad creepy story about the murder-suicide. Did he have remorse and that's why he hung himself afterward? It was really bizarre. Made me wonder if something 'made' him do it? He was drunk at the time, supposedly they are easier to possess.
The baby screaming and being under the crib was indeed the worst part of it. Poor baby. It's really weird their own family would attack them. Or maybe something else was.