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Ghost Hunt 2: MORE Chilling Tales of the Unknown: MORE Chilling Tales of the Unknown

by Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson & Cameron Dokey

Ghost Hunt 2 has more ghosts, more cases, and more chills!

Is Alcatraz prison really haunted by ghostly inmates--or is something in the air causing hallucinations? Can the ocean be haunted? Are glowing red eyes...


Ghost Hunting: True Stories of Unexplained Phenomena from The Atlantic Paranormal Society

by Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson & Michael Jan Friedman

The Atlantic Paranormal Society, also known as T.A.P.S., is the brainchild of two plumbers by day, paranormal investigators by night: Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson. Their hair-raising investigations, fueled by...


Seeking Spirits: The Lost Cases of The Atlantic Paranormal Society

by Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson & Michael Jan Friedman

TV's POPULAR GHOST HUNTERS REVEAL ALL-NEW, NEVER-BEFORE-TOLD STORIES FROM THEIR SPOOKY EARLY INVESTIGATIONS!

For the first time ever, Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, founders of The Atlantic Paranormal Society...


Ghost Trackers

Ghost Trackers #1

by Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson & Tim Waggoner

In this spine-tingling new series, the stars of TV’s GHOST HUNTERS introduce readers to a team of paranormal investigators who reunite to defeat a sinister force they unleashed long ago. . . .

For fifteen...


Ghost Town

by Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson & Tim Waggoner

WELCOME TO EXETER, THE “MOST HAUNTED TOWN IN AMERICA,” thanks to a deadly flood that unleashed an army of ghosts decades ago. And when ghost trackers Amber, Drew, and Trevor attend a conference during Exeter’s...