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Ghost Hunt 2: MORE Chilling Tales of the Unknown

Ghost Hunt 2: MORE Chilling Tales of the Unknown

Paperback Ghost Hunt

By (author) Jason Hawes, By (author) Grant Wilson

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  • Publisher: Little, Brown Young Readers
  • Format: Paperback | 304 pages
  • Dimensions: 154mm x 203mm x 27mm | 390g
  • Publication date: 6 September 2012
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0316220426
  • ISBN 13: 9780316220422
  • Edition statement: Reprint
  • Sales rank: 1,528,022

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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 in the woods just an animal--or something more sinister? Unlock these mysteries and many more in this chilling collection of terrifying tales based on real cases from The Atlantic Paranormal Society. Find more details and tips on ghost hunting than ever before! Join the Investigation! See the unseen!

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Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson have co-authored two adult books: Ghost Hunting, published in 2007, and Seeking Spirits, which came out this month. They maintain a busy lecture schedule throughout the country, and draw huge crowds at Comic Cons and Sci-Fi conventions.

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Praise for Ghost Hunt:The easytoread format and subject matter will keep even the most reluctant of readers interested. School Library Journal 2010 About the show:'Ghost Hunters uses the singularity and purposefulness of the Ghost Hunter team to supply fairly simple lessons in history, culture, and technology, andpropelled by the possibility that they might one day catch a glimpse of a real, undoubtable woohoo ghost in a white sheetwe keep watching.' The New York Times