Sci Fi 'taps' the 'Ghost Hunters' for another season
By Stone Martindale Jun 7, 2007, 4:35 GMT
Plumbers by day — ghost hunters by night. This one-hour weekly docu-series follows a group of real-life paranormal researchers as they investigate haunted houses throughout the country, encountering every type of imaginable haunting.Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, plumbers by trade, head up TAPS — The Atlantic Paranormal Society — a group of intrepid souls who are far from the usual collection of bespectacled Ph.D.s. They\'re ordinary, everyday people — office ...more
On the Sci Fi Network Docu-soap, ‘Ghost Hunters,’ Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson spend their days as plumbers and their nights hunting ghosts and other paranormal activity.
Wednesday night, marked the return of the series with the first new episode of season 3.5.
When Hawes and Wilson are done plumbing for the day, they moonlight at TAPS – The Atlantic Paranormal Society.
The organization uses high tech tools such as digital thermometers, electromagnetic field recorders, night-vision goggles and video and audio recording equipment to aid them in their mission.
Two years after kicking off the cable TV reality show hit "Ghost Hunters" - and with one million followers poised to turn into the 2007 season start-up this week - hunters Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson and Steve Gonsalves were in Fall River, Massachusetts on Monday morning to talk up the show.
The Atlantic Paranormal Society is based in Warwick, Rhode Island after all.
The Herald News details their local New England fan base, who love the hunters, and "did not mask their enthusiasm about the latest form of the unusual for Fall River."
"We've been following them for two years, going to events and watching their show," Christine Audette, 26, of Woonsocket, R.I., said to the Herald News, "We just love what they do, and they crack us up.".
Happy news for the shows growing following: Ghost Hunters is signed for 19 more episodes.
Join ‘Ghost Hunters’ as the TAPS team search people’s homes for “uninvited paranormal visitations.” Good and creepy times.