Welcome to episode fifty-eight of the Ancap Barber Shop! In this one, we “break down” esteemed ghost hunting documentary “Sir Noface”. For almost an entire year now, It’s been widely accepted in the scientific community that the DEFINITIVE evidence proving the existence of ghosts has been found (upon the 2018 documentary release). But could the boys (and girl) be on to something? Is it possible that the juggalo filmmaker is simply lying? Even though every scientist ever agrees that ghosts are real now??? Find out this and more in this fortnight’s episode.

So me (Scott), Adam and Erika are on the panel for this one. We get right down to business by starting to watch the documentary, and talking about it, just like you’d expect…

Chad Calek embarks on a journey DOWN UNDER to verify the validity of camera footage caught by Australian native paranormal investigator and former minor league rugby guy, Craig Powell and his troupe of ghost hunting associates, W.S.P.R. The footage shows a child-like super-creepy ghost looking dude, swing into a door way from a room or hallway we never get to see for some reason. The ghost that was originally supposed to be an ADULT military guy in uniform swung it’s gimpy body in front of the camera for about two goddamn seconds and swung back. Notice the figure’s head doesn’t pivot. Just looks straight ahead. Most of the figure appears to be static, while the extremities swing in pendulum fashion, following the spooky specter’s movements.

Chad who has a fucking clown tattooed on his fore arm plays the skeptic, holding poor Craig’s “feet to the coals”. He presents the following possibilities: The ghost is real or the footage was faked with CGI technology. He doesn’t bother to consider whether or not it could have been a doll of some sort. I mean all those cosplay dorks like Dave make shit that looks realer than that alien looking bastard. It doesn’t move like a person, it moves like a doll or a dummy or something.

My money is on Chad faking the whole thing. Craig is probably in on it but maybe not. Damn this is a funny ass movie though, so mad respect for the dawgs.

Oh BTW here’s an article from someone a little more skeptical than the skeptic videographer, that I thought was pretty damn good.

“There is one more possibility. Chad faked the whole thing. Chad has a proven history of profiting fr… Read more at

Wow, I tried to copy and paste a SMALL excerpt from the article and it regenerated the text to link me back to the website after only a few words. Well that sucks for you if you like long show notes I guess.

I’m not gonna knock it though, it’s a pretty good article, I actually read the whole thing, by myself like a big boy, and it was pretty good. Wow.

Oh here’s the IMDB:

It got a 3.9/10 so, pretty good.

And here’s the link to watch the movie on Amazon:

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Scott McDonald is the Ancap Barber. Born and raised in Huntsville AL, he is an agorist barber extraordinaire. Along with his beautiful wife, Erika McDonald, he fathers the wonder child, Elsie McDonald. Scott has been involved in political and philosophical discussion for most of his adult life. His mission in life is to spread liberty at every opportunity, as well as eventually owning his own barber shop. Adam Brown is a musician, libertarian, and minarchist, as well as the co-host of the Ancap Barber Shop. He and Scott make up the doom country duo, Pinecone Percy. Adam believes in minimal government and personal freedoms, you will usually find him shredding on a guitar, banging on drums or debating anarchy and religion with Scott. He was born and raised in Huntsville, AL. His goal is to share his passion for freedom and liberty to anyone and everyone.


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