Brad and Barry Klinge have been investigating paranormal occurrences for the last 20 years, and in Chasing Ghosts, Texas Style, they divulge some of their most exciting ghost encounters and analyze the science behind their paranormal hunts. Each chapter of this fascinating book focuses on the Klinge brothers' investigations into the creepiest of places and explains how they have been able to capture both audio and video of paranormal occurrences using their high-tech tools and a healthy dose of common sense. Even when faced with mysterious slamming doors and haunting pleas for help, these brothers never shy away from a bone-chilling encounter or another chance to investigate a centuries-old haunting.
©2011 Brad and Barry Klinge with Kathy Passero (P)2011 Dreamscape Media
"In this enjoyable read, sure to entertain even skeptics, the Klinge brothers (founders of Everyday Paranormal and stars of the popular Discovery Channel show Ghost Lab) recount how they first became interested in ghosts, what led them to start their company, and why they decided to make scientific experimentation the hallmark of their practice." (Publishers Weekly)
I collect spores, molds, and fungus.
Having had a few paranormal experiences, I seek out books and stories that document other experiences and perhaps provide information on such occurrances. This was an interesting "behind the scenes" look at those 'ghost hunting' shows on TV. (Most of which I cannot stand.) It talks about how they became interested in the paranormal and the problems they ran into with their team members attempting to fake stuff for a more dramatic experience. I felt like the Klinge brothers were just looking to document actual paranormal activity and find answers, not be actors in a scary movie. So thumbs up!
a scientific approach to ghost hunting and they also do the same things as other well known ghost hunter groups. this book is about the start of ghost lab and the guys that founded that group.
Great stories and all but considering these are from texas ( as am i) a texan reader would have been better. And i dont mean stereo type twangy texan. Overall great audio book
I do plan on listening to this book again. It was easy yo listen to. Made me feel like I was listening to their show.
None. If you enjoy the show you will enjoy the book
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