Take a look behind the scenes of the Travel Channel’s hit show Ghost Adventures with paranormal inves¬tigator Nick Groff as he shares his favorite. Read “Chasing Spirits The Building of the “Ghost Adventures” Crew” by Nick Groff with Rakuten Kobo. Take a look behind the scenes of the. Take a look behind the scenes of the Travel Channel’s hit show Ghost Adventures with paranormal investigator Nick Groff as he shares his.
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I really thought I’d enjoy this more then I did. View all 4 comments. I’ve gone on too long, but you like the show you’ll enjoy the book. Nov 26, Amanda rated it it was amazing.
Or perhaps you hear the pitter-patter of little feet of children who don’t exist running down the upstairs hall. Chasing Spirits is the story behind the popular ‘documentary’ show, Ghost Adventures, that investigates haunted locations around the world. Groff is the executive producer, cohost and investigator for the series.
Have you ever had a spirit tag along after a shoot? His story of an encounter at a young age, which led him to Ghost Adventures is truly a great read.
We are ghost adventure fans and we were thrilled to know that Nick had a book out. Nick Groff, author, ‘Chasing Spirits’. That’s what makes you want to watch each episode over and over again.
Cable TV, where it is exclusively shown in Australia I might have enjoyed the whole book more instead I found myself skimming his complains about editing and focusing on his accounts of his interactions with the paranormal. The Building of the “Ghost Adventures” Crew is Groff’s account of how his life experiences contributed to the person he is today, and how his persistence and passion have opened doors and allowed him the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to do what he loves – chase spirits.
There are still interesting stories spirigs, and it was cool to read his experiences on some of the most I did like this book but I didn’t love it as much as Zac Bagan’s book. I really believe after doing this for so long now that we’re all made up of some sort of energy within these bodies that we live in and, regardless of what your beliefs are, it’s a fact that we’re all going to die someday.
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I love all the backstory, and behind s I have always really enjoyed the Ghost Adventures, and I believe I have seen every episode, especially the earlier ones more than once and I have read cohost Zak Bagans two biographies on the television series as well. But if you don’t mind learning a little bit about him as a person and his life as well then by all means check the book out. There have been so many locations all over the world that I would love to go to. May 25, Theresahpir rated it really liked it.
Everything Nick has witnessed and done has convinced him of the reality of the hereafter and inspired him to improve his personal and professional relationships and to continue to learn what it means to be a human being on a spiritual journey. Don’t have a Kindle?
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I was feeling almost as though I were hyperventilating while reading his confessions of how doing each episode spiritts four days can take a toll on your body nici your health and your mind.
Ghost hunting is an unusual career choice. She was the one making the ends meet. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. I have many books on the paranormal and I have read both of Zak Bagans books up to on their group and himself.
I also loved the behind the scenes stories that never made it to the show. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
Chasing Spirits: The Building of the Ghost Adventures Crew by Nick Groff with Jeff Belanger
Once again both books are totally entertaining, full of personal insight and behind nicm scenes stories, but I think I liked how there was a large section talking about how they all met and made the documentary and then got their Travel Channel deal and how it all progressed from there. Write a customer review. I really enjoyed it.
That path combined his interests in a documentary on ghosts that would eventually launch the Ghost Adventures television series and phenomenon. I honestly enjoyed this way more than I did either of Zak’s books.
I’d probably read it again, for chasin history of the haunts and best places. I enjoyed learning about the history of the original ideas, the making of the documentary that evolved into the television show and all the back stories of how he achieved his great success doing what he loved! Yeah, there nici been times when we’ve captured what sounds to be a couple of unexplainable spirits having sex. Overall, I was very pleased with the book. The best part is inside info on how the show came to be what it is.
I spirist his perseverance and dedication to finding and accomplishing his life’s dream. I could not put the book down. The Devil I Know. Nick spiriits across as an interesting and down to earth guy. There’s this one location, a closed-down New York psychiatric hospital, but the government owns it and it’s condemned. It worked for him