“In Ghosthunters, John Kachuba explores some of America’s great haunts while he introduces us to the people who actually go searching for ghosts. His writing takes the reader on a haunted journey—it’s like riding shotgun with him while he creeps through haunted asylums, abandoned farmhouses, and historic battlefields, and speaks with some of the biggest names in this field of study. If something goes bump in the night, have no fear—John Kachuba won’t be far behind.”
—Jeff Belanger, founder of Ghostvillage.com and author of The World's Most Haunted Places
“John Kachuba is neither a gullible believer nor a skeptical disbeliever in ghosts and the paranormal. He is first and foremost a talented writer who strives to be a truly objective investigator.”
—Brad Steiger, author of Real Ghosts, Restless Spirits, and Haunted Places
Why are so many people fascinated by ghosts?
To answer that question, writer and paranormal researcher John Kachuba aka The Ghosthunter investigates haunted locations throughout the country and interviews scores of people who have had paranormal encounters. The author discovers a growing interest in ghosts today, which has spurred an American pop culture phenomenon based on the supernatural. Combining his case reports of actual hauntings, discussions with leading figures in the paranormal world, and stories about related subjects—buying ghosts on eBay, buying and selling haunted houses, ghost tourism—Ghosthunters presents an intriguing and witty look at America’s paranormal world.
Set off down the trail of the paranormal and read about:
ˇ A ghost hunt in a Connecticut coffee shop with lay religious demonologist David Considine.
ˇ Spending the night with the ghost of Miss Lily at St. Augustine, Florida’s historic St. Francis Inn.
ˇ Spiritualist minister Rev. Rose Vanden Eynden’s abilities to talk with the dead.
ˇ The search for the headless inmate on a ghost hunt at West Virginia’s Moundsville State Penitentiary.
John Kachuba (www.JohnKachuba.com) is the author of Ghosthunting Ohio, Ghosthunting Illinois, and other books. He is a Certified Ghost Hunter and has investigated more than 100 haunted locations throughout the United States. He is also a frequent speaker on the paranormal at conferences and on radio and television. Kachuba lives in Athens, Ohio, a town commonly recognized as one of America’s most haunted places.