I used to be a huge fan of Dean Koontz. I began reading his stories in my teens and would wait for his next one with a good deal of anticipation. Somewhere, […]
Book Review: Kitty Takes a Holiday by Carrie Vaughn – The Story of a Werewolf and a Skin-Walker
This third book in Carrie Vaughn’s series on radio host turned werewolf Kitty Norville takes place a few months after the end of the second one. Vaughn manages to craft another unique […]
DVD Review – Ghost Hunters: Season 2, Part 2 – Poor Quality DVD Reflects Badly on the Show
Ghost Hunters is a popular show on the Sci-Fi Channel. Members of an organization known as The Atlantic Paranormal Society, or “TAPS”, travel to various places that either have a reputation for […]
Book Review: Second Glance by Jodi Picoult – Re-Awakening the Horrors of the Past
On occasion, a book can leave me with the feeling of not knowing where to begin when discussing it. Sometimes it’s because I can’t verbalize my feelings for it adequately. More rarely, […]
DVD Review – Most Haunted: The Collection – Gives Paranormal Investigators a Bad Name, But Fun to Watch
While I am a firm believer that there are spirits that reside among us and definitely places that are “haunted”, there are some points that stretch believability. While I thoroughly enjoy the […]
DVD Review: Ghost Hunters (1996) – Definitely Not The Sci-Fi Series!
While searching for more DVDs from one of my favorite television shows on the Sci-Fi Channel, I came across these DVDs from the U.K. I thought perhaps they would be on the […]
Book Review: Paranormal Realities by Keith Johnson – Bad For Sales of Ouija Boards
For anyone who’s watched the television show Ghost Hunters, the name Keith Johnson will be familiar to them. He was on the show during the early seasons. I liked him a lot […]
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