When I was a kid, there was two things I really cared about to escape the real world. I watched a lot of Classic 60s TV, like "The Andy Griffith Show," "Bewitched," "The Munsters" and "Hogan's Heroes." I also watched a lot of Hollywood monster movies.
You see kids, back in
Ran across an interesting post on Week in Weird: Are You Being Haunted by a Family Member? A New Television Series Wants to Hear Your Story
Apparently former Ghost Hunters Amy Bruni and Adam Berry are going to be back on TV. They're going to be executive producers of a new
CAUTION: Rant ahead.
I read two articles about things paranormal researcher Joe Nickell discussed on a July 4th Coast to Coast AM show about ghosts and ghost hunters, and it got me all fired up. (See: Professional paranormal investigator: There's no evidence ghosts or aliens exist and Joe Nickell says paranormal
A couple of weeks back, I got an email from a representative of mun2.tv. Unfortunately it came during my hack attack/web hosting change. (A debacle I'm still trying to recover from.)
Anyway, the rep, Kristina, was writing to inform me about a new show called From Beyond.
Armed with paranormal detectors and
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It’s a lot funnier when read with a Jeff Foxworthy accent.
If the power goes out and you pull out nighttime goggles and digital recorders.
I saw this article in the Beebee News titled "Amateur Ghost Hunters to Gather in Eureka Springs." That immediately brought the question to mind: there's such a thing as a professional ghost hunter?
I was not aware of that. What makes someone a professional ghost hunter?
Do they go to school for it?
Josh Murphy of Rocket City Paranormal wrote a neat post on his Life of a Ghost Hunter blog earlier this week: Paranormal TV show explosion! Not only did he plead with people to understand that all the ghost hunting shows on TV are for entertainment purposes only, he called out a group