- Real Stories of Paranormal Activity
- Narrated by: Gregory V. Diehl
- Length: 3 hrs and 37 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 03-15-13
- Language: English
- Publisher: Steven Wolff
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While they're not the fictional Ghost Bustersas seen on the big screen, there is a real life group of scientists and researchers who not only document and study paranormal activity, they also help give people peace of mind called The Ghost Education & Research Center. GERC (A Not-for-profit Paranormal Research Organization - founded in 2001 by Steven Wolff and dedicated to helping both the living and the dead) has been contacted countless times to investigate claims of paranormal activity from the simplest of sightings to full blown things flying everywhere.
Events in these emails are described as terrifying, unnerving, nightmarish and haunting are shared for the first time, all here in a compilation of emails from people who are experiencing true and real paranormal activity. Not for the faint of heart, read each story and imagine what you would do if YOU were in their situation. Imagine it's you living in the same house with the activity described in these letters like hearing footsteps, being touched, having your baby picked up and moved and so much more... Except for these people, it's a reality.
Ask yourself... What would you do if you’ve... got ghosts.
(*Due to the confidentiality agreement - the results of these investigations cannot be shared in this book. This audiobook is a compilation of uncensored emails sent to GERC from 2001 to 2012.)
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Amazon Customer on 05-10-16
Terrible narration but cool stories
What did you like best about Got Ghosts?? What did you like least?
The stories are pretty good. The narrator not so much. He stuttered over every other sentence as if he was speaking faster than he was reading and kept going back to read the same thing again. Very annoying.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Gregory V. Diehl?