Ghost Files: The Collected Cases from Ghost Hunting and Seeking Spirits
Simon and Schuster, Sep 13, 2011 - Fiction - 549 pages
FINALLY IN ONE BONE-CHILLING VOLUME, TV’S GHOST HUNTERS SHARE ALL OF THEIR CREEPY TRUE STORIES OF UNEXPLAINED PHENOMENA!
What did a paranormal investigation uncover at the Stanley Hotel in Colorado, the hotel built in 1903 that inspired Stephen King’s The Shining?
What is the chilling history behind the Rolling Hills Asylum in Batavia, New York?
What happened when a man was overcome by an evil entity as Jason and Grant surveyed his home?
How can a Connecticut woman seem to exist in two places at once?
In this hair-raising omnibus, Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, founders of The Atlantic Paranormal Society (T.A.P.S.), reveal the memorable and spine-tingling cases featured in their smash-hit collections, Ghost Hunting and Seeking Spirits. From their never-seen-on-television adventures as budding paranormal investigators to the behind-the-scenes accounts of heart-pounding supernatural encounters featured on their popular show, these fascinating and frightening real life tales will keep you up at night!
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - puttocklibrary - LibraryThing
Interesting to hear facts from behind the scenes of the TV show. Not quite a stunning as seeing evidence on the screen, but still very interesting. Read full review
The Scientific Approach byJason Hawes
Conclusion by Grant Wilson
Introduction by Grant Wilson
The Cases byJason Hawes and Grant Wilson
Conclusion byJason Hawes
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