Ghost Hunt Give-Away
Funimation has provided Anime News Network with two great Ghost Hunt prize packs to give-away. Two randomly drawn winners will each receive a copy of The Ghost Hunt box set and a copy of Ghosthunting Texas (America's Haunted Road Trip) By April Slaughter.
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The appeal of the unknown is undeniable and freshman Mai Taniyama is hooked. This fact, coupled with her burgeoning psychic powers, leads Mai to join the ranks of the Shibuya Psychic Research team. Led by enigmatic Kazuya “Naru” Shibuya, she works alongside a spirit medium and a shrine maiden, an exorcist and a monk to uncover the darkest mysteries of the unseen. Using state-of-the-art technology and their respective spiritual gifts, evil is confronted and vanquished time and again.
Based on the manga "GHOSTHUNT" by Fuyumi Ono and Shiho Inada originally serialized in the monthly NAKAYOSI magazine published by KODANSHA LTD. © Fuyumi Ono・Shiho Inada/KODANSHA・"GHOSTHUNT" partnership. Licensed by Kodansha through FUNimation® Productions, Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
Ghosthunting Texas (America's Haunted Road Trip)
By April Slaughter
About the author:
In January of 2008, April and Allen Slaughter founded The Paranormal Source, Inc. - a non-profit research and education corporation based in the Dallas area. The Paranormal Source has created a unique network of experts consisting of some of the most well-respected names in the paranormal field to serve on their Advisory Board of Directors, including such notables as Rosemary Ellen Guiley, John Zaffis, and Loren Coleman. The Paranormal Source, Inc. is also proud to be a TAPS Family Member for the state of Texas. (TAPS is the Ghost Hunting group seen on SyFy's Ghost Hunters TV Show) As the Executive Director, April manages the investigative team, marketing for the corporation, and is also often asked to speak at various paranormal functions. She is working on several upcoming publishing projects and continues to investigate all things paranormal.
The Lone Star State is so vast it includes just about everything — including ghosts! This guide is divided into regions to make it easy to find the phantoms. North Texas offers such creepy destinations as the Old Alton Bridge and Miss Molly's Bed & Breakfast. West Texas spooks haunt the Permia Playhouse and Historic Fort Davis. In Central Texas, they've been spotted terrorizing the Driskill Hotel and the Austin Pizza Garden. More than 50 spooky sites are here, along with detailed maps and photographs of each haunted locale.
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