Wednesday July 13, 2011 Travel Channel show visits W.Va. Penitentiary ‘Paranormal Challenge’ pits two teams against each other in overnight search for evidence of ghost activity
by Zack Harold Daily Mail staff
Charleston Daily Mail
Travel Channel show “Paranormal Challenge” visited West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville. The show has two teams of ghost hunters to [...]Continue Reading →
Pen is a Celtic word for ‘hill’ or ‘peak’. The story goes that when the Anglo-Saxons invaded and began to settle in the north, they asked the local Britons what their hill was called and they were told ‘Pen’ – i.e. “it’s just a hill!” The incomers nodded and said, “Apparently, that’s Pen Hyll”, (adding [...]Continue Reading →
By Valarie Honeycutt Spears — email@example.com Posted: Jul 11, 2011.
Ron and Lori Coffey and Howard Hamilton, members of Gateway Paranormal Society, investigate paranormal reports of ghost sightings. Known as ghost hunters, the group looks for reasons before they look for ghosts.
It has become so popular that Ron has taught ghost hunting.
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Posted on: 14 July 2011 At 15:05 PM GMT By Steven Davies
It’s a horror hottie double news explosion here in the Horror Asylum’s pants right now. Michelle Rodriguez (‘Machete’, ‘Resident Evil’) and Kristina Anapau (‘Black Swan’, ‘Cursed’) are the latest hot-pots on Ted Sarafian’s new spooky feature ‘Sighting’.
The haunted house ghost hunt [...]Continue Reading →
Q&A with investigator Kris Williams
Danielle Turchiano LA TV Insider Examiner July 6, 2011
Ghost Hunters International isn’t about whether or not paranormal activity exists.
How did you get involved in this line of work?
K.W.: I had always had an interest in the paranormal, I was offered the ghosts hunts job.
Were [...]Continue Reading →
By Elsa Cook– July 5, 2011 Ghosts and Haunting
Paranormal Old Pueblo
Whether or not you believe in ghosts, recite a prayer of protection before ghost hunting, they are thought by some to follow you home!
For the first-time ghost hunter:
Ghosts can get angry
When shooting a video or taking pictures, do [...]Continue Reading →
Self-proclaimed ghost hunter recalls her childhood living in Aspen Grove
By William Sagar July 1, 2011
The ghost legend of Aspen Grove has been covered by the Washington Post, but never quite like it has been by ghost hunting Sharon Day who asks questions of the paranormal. Legend has it a barefoot Union soldier was killed [...]Continue Reading →