I've frequently talked about Ghost Hound as a slow-burning series here previously, and so it continues, with little to nothing being revealed each episode. Indeed, episode fifteen actually felt strangely disjointed - I'm not sure whether or not it was a deliberate ploy to throw the viewer a little off-balance, but it certainly made things just that little bit harder to follow.
That aside, there wasn't anything particularly noteworthy about this episode until its climax, where it appears that things might be about to get rather messy, on Makoto's part at least. We also saw poor old Professor Hirata suffering mentally once again during his investigations - He really does seem to get the raw end of this whole out-of-body experience lark, I have to say.
So, another episode comes and goes, and we're still none the wiser as to exactly what is going on in the town of Suiten, with yet more questions being posed without any answers appearing to be forthcoming. Episode fifteen certainly wasn't the best example of what this show is all about, so hopefully it can pick things up a little better next time around.