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Ghost Hunt: Chilling Tales of the Unknownby Jason Hawes
Synopses & Reviews
An exciting new middle grade collection of spooky paranormal investigations based on REAL ghost hunts from stars of the TV show Ghost Hunters, the number one reality show on cable television!
In a lush, thick volume, Ghost Hunt will feature multiple stories dramatized with cliff hangers and red herrings to heighten suspense and character interaction. Through the investigations, the reader will learn the ins and outs of ghost hunting, how to spot a hoax, and how to face their fear of the paranormal.
The book will also have tips for ghost hunting at the end of the book, including guides to the technical equipment and how to set up your own traps for ghosts. Though presented as fiction, these stories are based on real cases, and the GHOSTS ARE REAL!
Written by the stars of SyFy's hit reality show "Ghost Hunters," this collection is based on real cases. Through a companion Web site, readers can check out bonus materials from case files, including video, audio, and photo evidence.
About the Author
Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson have been avid investigators of the paranormal for more than twenty years and have investigated over two thousand claims of paranormal activity, helping families, law enforcement agencies, the military, and churches do both preliminary and extensive investigations. They are the bestselling authors of the books Ghost Hunting and Seeking Spirits for adults and they are best known for their television show, Ghost Hunters, on Syfy and for being the founder and cofounder, respectively of The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS). Jason Hawes was born in Canandaigua, New York, and now lives in Rhode Island with his wife and five children. Grant Wilson was born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island, where he continues to live with his wife and three boys.
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