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The Angry Ghost Hunter - God vs. The Unknown +Bishop Long

  • Broadcast in Paranormal
Northwest Paranormal Research Group

Northwest Paranormal Research Group


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Very Special Guest, BISHOP JAMES LONG from Ghost Adventures and Joins us LIVE!

GOD vs. The Unknown – Is there room for religion when investigating the paranormal?

“Saving the paranormal world from its stupidity”

Hosted by Ross Allison, Tod Kertz and Ed Sears

Inspired by Ross Allison’s blog of the same name and his articles in Ghost Voices Magazine, The Angry Ghost Hunter Show confronts the problems that are damaging the field of paranormal research. With the popularity of ghost hunting throughout the world, many groups and individuals are looking to make their mark in the ghost hunting community or even score their own TV series. However, this has turned the investigation field into a battlefield with competitiveness, jealousy, thrill seeking and a lack of professionalism surfacing all around us. We need to acknowledge as a society that there are problems with our habits, attitudes and procedures. Are we so afraid to face the monster in the closet? 

Discussing these problems may help us to tame the beast. What the ghost hunting community lacks is the unity, standards, education and a force in helping us all find a common truth to the unknown. We need to come together, build upon one another’s knowledge and learn what each one of us can offer the community. And there’s nothing wrong with venting our frustrations, because if we are so afraid of the monsters in our closets, then how can we face the challenge of ghosts in our homes?

Bitch Fest: The Topic of the Day

Open calls: Let’s hear what you have to bitch about

Para-Fact or just Para-Crap: Reviewing Evidence

The Angry Ghost Hunter Review: Discussing the latest ghost hunting tools