Seeking Spirits: The Lost Cases of The Atlantic Paranormal Society
Simon and Schuster, Sep 29, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
TV's popular Ghost Hunters reveal all-new, never-before-told stories from their spooky early investigations!
For the first time ever, Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, founders of The Atlantic Paranormal Society (T.A.P.S.), share their most memorable and spine-tingling early cases -- none of which has ever appeared on television. Beginning with the previously untold experiences that sparked their passion for ghost hunting, Jason and Grant's bone-chilling investigations uncover:
• A Connecticut woman who seems to exist in two places at once
• A little girl whose invisible playmate retaliates against her father's punishments
• A man overcome by an evil entity as Jason and Grant survey his home
• A distraught woman who dreams of paranormal events before she experiences them...and much more!
Jason and Grant didn't always have the fancy scientific equipment and experienced team that fans now watch on their smash-hit television show. As they share their hair-raising first experiences, they offer essential tips for budding paranormal investigators -- including how to use an electromagnetic field (EMF) meter and an infrared camera, determine if a supernatural phenomenon is good or evil, and deal with spirits. Whether you're a skeptic or a believer, these fascinating and frightening true stories will keep you up at night!
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - UberButter - LibraryThing
Seeking Spirits: The Lost Cases of the Atlantic Paranormal Society by Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson 266 pages ★★★ If you’ve ever seen the show, Ghost Hunters, then you know who these guys are. Jason ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ChrisWeir - LibraryThing
Really enjoyed this book as it was the personal views of the guys from TAPS, known for the Ghost Hunters show on SyFy. Have never seen the show, but do enjoy ghost stories and haunted house stories ... Read full review