Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Mandy Reviews: Ghost Files by Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson

ISBN #: 978-1451633108
Page Count: 549
Copyright: 2011
Publisher: Gallery Books

Book Summary:
(Taken from back cover)

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 (copyright 2007) and Seeking Spirits (copyright 2009). 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!

Mandy's Review:

Quite a huge volume of ghost "stories" told by two of the most popular guys in the ghost hunting business, Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson. I enjoyed reading what they went through when they first started out. It makes me wonder, though, why we don't see anything as spooky as some of these stories on their television show, Ghost Hunters.

The pictures in this book were interesting to look at as well. Some showed anomalies that could possibly be ghostly apparitions, while others showed a different side of Jason and Grant.

Ghost Files helped the reader to get a better feel for who Jason and Grant really are, two family men out to help as many people as they can. It was written in their voice, which helped to provide a personal aspect to the stories instead of writing them in third-person.

If you enjoy anything ghostly, and especially Ghost Hunters, then you would enjoy reading Ghost Files.

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