Ghost Hunt: Chilling Tales of the Search for the Unknown

Ghost Hunt: Chilling Tales of the Search for the Unknown

Jason Hawes Grant Wilson Cameron Dokey / Jun 17, 2019

Ghost Hunt Chilling Tales of the Search for the Unknown An exciting new middle grade collection of spooky paranormal investigations based on REAL ghost hunts from stars of the TV show Ghost Hunters the number one reality show on cable television In a lush

  • Title: Ghost Hunt: Chilling Tales of the Search for the Unknown
  • Author: Jason Hawes Grant Wilson Cameron Dokey
  • ISBN: 9780316099592
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An exciting new middle grade collection of spooky paranormal investigations based on REAL ghost hunts from stars of the TV show Ghost Hunters, the number one reality show on cable television In a lush, thick volume, Ghost Hunt will feature multiple stories dramatized with cliff hangers and red herrings to heighten suspense and character interaction Through the investigatAn exciting new middle grade collection of spooky paranormal investigations based on REAL ghost hunts from stars of the TV show Ghost Hunters, the number one reality show on cable television In a lush, thick volume, Ghost Hunt will feature multiple stories dramatized with cliff hangers and red herrings to heighten suspense and character interaction Through the investigations, the reader will learn the ins and outs of ghost hunting, how to spot a hoax, and how to face their fear of the paranormal The book will also have tips for ghost hunting at the end of the book, including guides to the technical equipment and how to set up your own traps for ghosts Though presented as fiction, these stories are based on real cases, and the GHOSTS ARE REAL

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    1. I didn't realize that this book was for middle grade kids when I picked it up from the library, but I still enjoyed it. Yes, the chapters that are based on the Ghost Hunter's explorations overly simplistic but they're also incredibly creepy. However, this isn't just a horror book: Jason and Grant use these pages to educate the public about what they believe ghosts are and to diffuse any fear that a kid would naturally feel when confronted with something that she doesn't understand. The last part [...]



    2. A collection of short ghost stories from the Ghost Hunters' experiences. Most of the stories are definitely spooky. Some of them are ok, and some could do without the beginning story or the interaction of the staff. On the whole, entertaining.


    3. It was a very quick and easy read. The stories are fun and interesting. Many parts of the book were funny and the stories are fun to share with kids around a campfire. Nice to read for the month of October/Halloween (which is what I did).


    4. My mother got me hooked on the show Ghost Hunters a few years ago and in the time since I've actually read a few of their non-fictions books. When I heard they were writing books for young adults, I jumped on it. One of my favorite TV shows plus a young adult book? Sign me up! So I was excited when this came up on my PaperBackSwap wish list.Ghost Hunt is a collection of shorts stories Jason and Grant have based off some of their real cases. However, having seen the show, it was easy for me to te [...]


    5. This book is marketed for a target audience of 11-14 years of age and contains eight short stories. It is a work of fiction, based on real encounters.As a massive fan of Ghost Hunters and the TAPS team, I was really looking forward to reading this book. However, I have to say I found it really disappointing. Each case is written as a story, with little focus on the ghost hunting. It is marketed as a 'fictional' work, and it is VERY easy to see which parts are fictionalised. No goosebumps, elevat [...]


    6. Ghost Hunt by Jason Dawes and Grant Wilson is due out this September for young readers and contains not only short stories, but also a guide the Ghost Hunters use on every investigation, plus activity pages. If you haven’t seen this show on television, you are missing out on one of the originals and best investigative teams examining the paranormal. They never go into a case believing the ghosts are there, but enter homes with the assumption that noises and events mostly have logical explanati [...]


    7. In this spooky book there are eight short ghost stories, all based on case files and events experienced by the group on the show Ghost Hunters. The stories are told from the point of view of Lyssa, the new interviewer for all of their cases.There are a variety of ghost stories in this collection, such as one about a case involving a ghost who would leave behind pennies each time it visited; another case helped a family who had a ghost without legs appear to walk up their stairs each night! And a [...]


    8. My first impression after diving into this book was that Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson should stick to ghost hunting rather than writing, because the writing was quite juvenile; however, upon further investigation I discovered the target age range for the book is 11-14 years, which made the choppier writing a lot more tolerable. It's a fun read for young adults or adults who enjoy spooky ghost stories along the same lines as the "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" or similar tales. As someone who [...]


    9. No, I probably shouldn't have picked this up, all things considered. I'm not the target audience, I don't think I've seen five minutes of the show, but there are things you do because you should do them, and this book was it.Thiswell, it was a lot like Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark, except they weren't scary and they weren't folk tales, so the closest comparison I can come up with is barely valid. Perhaps if I knew the show at all, it might be more enjoyable, but all I could do is sit there [...]


    10. The stories from the families and the victims are scare but like the show I find that once the TAPS team enters the sene that the story lose it follow and it chillingness and becomes more comical in tone. Though overall I did enjoy the book and would like to read the second one. I also found the ghost hunting guide for amerture parnormal investigation as a great read and makes you want go out there and catch some ghosts


    11. The guys from the SyFy channel's reality show Ghost Hunters put together a book of their ghost hunts involving youth. Each story is short. They introduce the case from the "victim's" point of view and then switch to the ghost hunting team. One member of the team, Lyssa, is new and her naivete with each new case gets old in the first story. The stories are a bit creepy.Give to your kids asking for scary stories or who like to read about poltergeists and hauntings.Grades 4-6th.


    12. These books just seem like a big advertisement for Ghost Hunters.Nearly every single story has someone mentioning TAPS and talking aboutthe founders of Ghost Hunters. The stories weren't spooky at all and they feltas if they were written for a 5 year old. This is a middle grade book, the storiesshould be a little scary at least.


    13. Not too scary set of stories based on actual reports of paranormal activity. The guys from the Ghost Hunters TV show have recast these stories so that their actual paranormal society is made up of child versions of themselves and others, and they take a look at these ghost reports. Good for kids because it's fairly light on the scare factor.


    14. Pretty interesting investigations in this book. I like the book because you get to experience some of the things you miss from TV, but it is written pretty simplistically, probably so younger kids could read it if they wanted. Definitely worth the read, if only to hear about some interesting paranormal events!


    15. I am already a big fan of TAPS and the show Ghost Hunters. Jason and Grant are my idols in the paranormal world. I loved hearing about some of their cases, but seeing them put more into a story telling feel to them. There is also a guide in the back that helps you to do your own ghost hunting investigation.


    16. I thought this book was a bit too easy. It was also a bit confusing because they tell tales about diffrent thinngs in a book. What I like was when I undrstanded the book and when I did the chilling tales almost came to life. I also thought it was true a bit because on discovery channle There ase some movies that talk about ghosts. In this book when some one thinks their haunted they call them.


    17. I had to keep in mind that this book's target audience was grade 4-9. As an adult reading it, the writing was chopping and simple. The stories were based on real ghosts/situations that T.A.P.S. have had, but it was written in fiction form for children. If you have a child that is interested in ghosts this would be a good book for them. Easy to read and not too scary for them.


    18. The book was OK, it wasn't as detail as I thought it would be. I was expecting chilling tales about ghost but ended up reading a with no action or sense of excitement. I suggest this book to anyone who likes to read more of a slow book.


    19. I really enjoyed reading this book. I finished it in a night. What I didn't like, though, is that I was confused: was it supposed to read as individual tales of fiction or are they based on real experience? Otherwise, I was creeped out, jumpy while I was reading it, and I loved it!


    20. Writing style was pretty juvenile. Written more like fictional stories than ghost-hunting accounts. But I think they're supposed to be real. Wish they'd been written from Jason and Grant's perspective.Still: True ghost stories. Of course I liked it.


    21. This was my final book for the 6th grade book talk. I thought this would be a great choice with Halloween coming up and I was right. A collection of creepy ghost stories that have been investigated by the actual "Ghost Hunters" is exactly what a bunch of sixth graders is looking for.



    22. Just a fun little read (in a Goosebumps kind of way), although a bit below my normal level. It was written with an eye toward younger readers. Mildly creepy without being over-the-top horrifying.



    23. I found some of the stories interesting but their way of writing is really not my cup of teaIn truth alot of the stories seemed half stories.


    24. As a huge fan of shows such as Ghost Hunters, GHI, Paranormal State, etc this book is a real treat. Great book for Halloween, or really for anytime that you want a good ghost story!





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