Chasing Ghosts, Texas Style: On the Road with Everyday Paranormal
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Follow MirrorWeirdNews. Show more comments. More On Ghosts Supernatural. Met Office UK weather: September ends in washout with 4 days of warnings and 27 flood alerts The severe weather warnings has resulted in the cancellation of the Regatta London race that was due to take place on the River Thames on Sunday. US News Skydiver, 28, dies after being blown onto motorway and hit by truck Witnesses say a gust of wind blew the victim on to Highway 99 in North California where she died at the scene.
Indianapolis Irishman drowns taking sunset dip after finishing Christian pilgrimage in Spain The victim is thought to have just completed the Way of Saint James, better known by pilgrims as the Camino de Santiago. Sort order. Jun 05, Diana rated it really liked it Shelves: paranormal-ghosts-read , read-in , first-read. I needed this book after the bust of the last "true" ghost story book I had read. I knew I would enjoy this a bit since I was a fan of the Klinge short-lived "Ghost Lab" that was televised on the Discovery channel.
The book focused on how the brothers became interested in ghosts, why they started Everyday Paranormal and the troubles in getting to the point of having a television show.
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The best parts for me were the stories of the places they investigated and what they found and didn't find there I needed this book after the bust of the last "true" ghost story book I had read. The best parts for me were the stories of the places they investigated and what they found and didn't find there. I definitely suggest this book for fans of the genre, I really loved this book and wish that there had been more seasons of the show.
I believe that the Klinge brothers and Ghost Lab were some of the more trustworthy of the paranormal shows out there. View 1 comment. Dec 31, Debye rated it really liked it Shelves: paranormal , social-history , supernatural. Interesting book on the Klinge Bros of San Antonio. They are all very different in their approaches to the paranormal, and of the three Everyday Paranormal is the most scientific.
Their show on the Discovery Channel did not last long I think because they weren't as dramatic in their findings as the other two. They do find good evidence, but their approach is m Interesting book on the Klinge Bros of San Antonio. They do find good evidence, but their approach is more like a science experiment. Not a bad read.
I'm going to watch some of the episodes on Netflix and see if it changes my mind about it. View 2 comments. Oct 05, Cornerofmadness rated it liked it Shelves: true-hauntings , non-fiction. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Let me get them out of the way. I hate to say it, I never even heard of their show and I thought I knew all the ghost shows.
What bugged me were their very dismissive attitudes towards some of their coworkers not the one who faked evidence or the one who screwed them on the video editing, that I can understand and of psychics etc. But the funniest negative thing for me was the comment about wanting a group without egos after their bad start with another group. So now that I got that out of the way, I really did like this book.
We get both brothers input on every chapter and I very much enjoyed reading about where they went and what they found which is the majority of the book. The description of the nursing home is shocking and not just the ghosts. Food trays in the room getting moldy. The one that surprised me most I think was the number of haunted K schools. I liked that. They included their failures or dealings with the less than truthful or maybe even the delusional.
Over all if you like ghost hunting, this is pretty accessible book and they do give you a list of things a ghost hunter would need. Feb 22, Eden rated it liked it Shelves: true-paranormal-books , reviewed.
I watched Ghost Lab when it was on TV. It was on only a few years and I really enjoyed the show. I was disappointed when it was cancelled. Ghost Lab didn't have quite the drama some other paranormal shows have and perhaps that's why it was cancelled. I liked it though and actually wish it was still on. They have their own style of investigating, which is more scientific.
The book was interesting read. I liked reading about their lives and how they have always been interested in the paranormal. Some of their investigations were interesting to read about also.
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I like their style although I have never agreed with riling up ghosts. They questioned why other investigators consider it disrespectful to do that. Well, it's simple: ghosts are people. They were once living and breathing like us.
And let's be honest: who likes being yelling at? I'm not bashing them. I loved the show and enjoyed the book. But, I am a paranormal investigator and have been for 12 years now. Riling up ghosts isn't part of my style of investigating. Also, I don't believe most orbs are dust. I have done my own experiments and found that it is really hard to get dust orbs. Some orbs may be dust, but I wouldn't discount the majority of them like many paranormal investigators seem to do. Overall, I liked the book, even if I don't agree with everything they say.
It is really too bad their show isn't still on today. It was a good show. Apr 27, Willow Redd rated it really liked it Shelves: paranormal-research-investigation. Brad and Barry Klinge, brothers from San Antonio, Texas, have been fascinated by ghosts and the paranormal since childhood.
This fascination and a series of personal experiences growing up led the two to eventually begin to investigate haunted locations. In this book, the two share stories from their childhood, those personal experiences that first made them wonder if there was anything to all the ghost stories they loved, and cases they have investigated with their team, Everyday Paranormal. Bra Brad and Barry Klinge, brothers from San Antonio, Texas, have been fascinated by ghosts and the paranormal since childhood.
Brad and Barry take a very scientific approach to their investigations, just as my team does, which I can definitely appreciate. They run an investigation, find whatever potential evidence they can, and then test that evidence to be as sure as possible that what they have is legitimate paranormal phenomena. This book covers stories from their experiences investigating both residential and public locations, the most mundane home or some of the more well-known haunted locations such as Myrtles Plantation.
They tell about their personal experiences in these locations, share any evidence they find, and explain why they can or cannot consider each occurrence as actual evidence of the paranormal. If you are interested in what really goes on during the course of a standard paranormal investigation, this book is worth reading. In the back, they also include a list of the basic equipment you will need if you wish to start investigating and a glossary of common terms used in the field. Oct 25, Starr Gardinier rated it really liked it.
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