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Lost Souls

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Patrick Burke, co-author of the new Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg. As an expert on battlefield and historical haunting, I am mostly asked questions when doing a lecture or presentation specific to that genre. But once in a while, I get the surprise question that almost always leads […]

Thomas Edison: Ghost Hunter?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Rich Newman, author of The Ghost Hunter’s Field Guide, Ghost Hunting for Beginners, and the new Devil in the Delta. Thomas Edison, perhaps the most well-known American inventor of all time, invented a device for talking to the dead. A device that was never actually created, that […]

Haunted Route 66 Author Richard Southall on Examiner.com

Check out a fascinating interview with Haunted Route 66 author Richard Southall on Examiner.com, detailing his new book and the research he conducted while writing it (as well as a peek behind the scenes of his earlier book, How to Be a Ghost Hunter). Examiner.com launched in April 2008, providing informative and entertaining content with […]

Four Types of Paranormal Investigators

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Deonna Kelli Sayed, author of Paranormal Obsession and the new So You Want to Hunt Ghosts?. Ghost hunting has undergone a tremendous shift over the past decade. In the past, parapsychology and the metaphysical dominated various discussions around hauntings. Today, the influx of ghost shows has changed […]

Gift Ideas for the Paranormal Enthusiast in Your Life

The holidays are fast approaching, so it’s time to start brainstorming for gift ideas. If you have someone on your gift-giving list who loves a scary story and is a fan of the variousparanormal television shows, here’s a list of home-run ideas that will sure to elicit a whoop of joy. Extreme Paranormal Investigations by […]

When Ghosts Follow You Home

Thanks to my job, I have been blessed with attending various events. I’ve been to a seance, tried table tipping on a few occasions, spoke to psychics/mystics/tarot readers and walked away in a daze due to the accuracy of what was said, and have gone on a couple ghost investigations. Communicating with the spirit world […]

Ghost Hunting: Who ARE Paranormal Investigators?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Deonna Kelli Sayed, author of Paranormal Obsession: America’s Fascination with Ghosts & Hauntings, Spooks & Spirits. “Paranormal Investigator” is now a culturally cool social marker. This is an Earth-sized shift from a mere decade ago, when most enthusiasts were often mislabeled as “weird,” “woo-woo,” “nerdy,” or even […]

Tuning in the Dead

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Rich Newman, author of The Ghost Hunter’s Field Guide. When Nikola Tesla first created the device that’s now known to paranormal investigators as the “Tesla Radio,” he stated, “The sounds I am listening to every night at first appear to be human voices conversing back and forth […]

Bragging a bit about some awesome books

Even though I’ve been working here for a year and a half, the books that I started working on in the early stages of the game are finally hitting the stores. These are books that I’ve helped develop, but the first book that I acquired won’t be published until March. As I tell people who […]

A-Ghosting We Will Go!

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Michelle Belanger, author of Vampires in Their Own Words, Walking the Twilight Path, Haunting Experiences, The Ghost Hunter’s Survival Guide, and the newly-released The Dictionary of Demons. Halloween is just around the corner, and ads for haunted hay rides and other spooky attractions are popping up all […]