Latest Ghost Hunters Stories

2009-04-15 09:23:00

Roto-Rooter on the Lookout for Strange, Weird and True Plumbing Tales CINCINNATI, April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Top plumbing and drain cleaning service provider Roto-Rooter is looking for the strangest, wackiest, scariest and just downright oddest plumbing stories for their new bathroom reader. The book, designed to be a quirky, vignette style quick read will include commentary from Ghost Hunters stars Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson - real life Roto-Rooter plumbers - along with some practical...

2008-10-24 15:00:16

Sci Fi Channel says it has given approval for the pilot for a new U.S. series called "Ghost Hunters: College Edition." The show, which is a spinoff of the network's paranormal program "Ghost Hunters," is from Craig Piligian's Pilgrim Films and Television. "Ghost Hunters: College Edition""features a group of college students, led by seasoned investigators, who search for the paranormal in haunted hot spots," the network said. The original series began its run in 2004 and the spinoff...

2008-05-06 00:00:00

WESTON - The SciFi Channel television show "Ghost Hunters" has declared West Virginia's most famous mental hospital haunted. Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson of The Atlantic Paranormal Society visited the Lunatic Asylum West of the Alleghenies in March to try to debunk reports of unusual activity. People had said they'd heard gurneys moving down hallways and screams from inside the former shock therapy room. Using high-tech recording equipment, TAPS recorded what sounded like female laughter...

2005-10-08 10:10:00

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Blown-out candles rekindle themselves, silverware moves untouched around vacant tables and a shadowy figure lurks in the basement. Based on the manager's description, the Moon River brew pub is a perfect spot for Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson to hunt for ghostly shadows and eerie bumps in the night - at least those not coming from the cameraman filming their every move. "It's a different world when the cameras aren't here," says Wilson, half of the plumbers-by-day,...

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