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Episode 18 - Authors Mark Nesbitt, Patty Wilson and high-tech ghost guru Scott Crownover

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Mark Nesbitt worked for the National Park Service as a Ranger/Historian for five years. His published works include the popular "Ghosts of Gettysburg" Series. In July of 2004, his Ghosts of Gettysburg Series received the National Paranormal Award for “Best True Hauntings Collection” and “Best ‘Local Haunt’ Guidebook”.

The Ghosts of Gettysburg stories have been seen, and/or heard, on The History Channel, A&E, The Discovery Channel, The Travel Channel, Unsolved Mysteries, Coast to Coast AM, regional television and radio programs, and in local newspapers and publications. Stories from the Ghosts of Gettysburg book series spawned the Ghosts of Gettysburg Candlelight Walking Tours® in 1994, which was named the 2009 #1 Ghost Tour in the World.

Author Patty A. Wilson shared the stories of Eastern State Penitentiary on Mysterious Journeys on the Travel Channel. The episode revisited the most notorious prison in the nation and chronicled the history. You may also learn more about Ms. Wilson's paranormal adventures at: ghostchannel.tv or ghosttalkers.net Ms. Wilson will also be featured on Mysterious Journeys on Oct. 28, in the Salem, Massachusetts episode.

Patty and Mark co-authored Pennsylvania Ghosts.

Scott Crownover is co-founder of Ghost Research Foundation, author, paranormal researcher and inventor of the crownover method of spirit photography. Crownover is featured in the premiere episode with historian and author Mark Nesbitt in the Gettysburg episode.