Back in the 1960s, Toho Studios released a low-budget horror movie that featured a man in a rubber suit, stomping intricately designed miniatures of cities like Tokyo. The movie was
‘Ghost Hunters’ [Wednesday, 9 p.m. ET/PT] is not your average reality show. To begin with, despite their day jobs as plumbers, Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson take their paranormal investigations very seriously – and they do encounter situations that cannot be explained.In the middle of taping season one for the SciFi Channel, Jason Hawes [the one who bears a striking resemblance to Michael Chiklis of ‘Fantastic Four’], founder of The Atlantic Paranormal Society, took a few minutes to answer a handful of questions for Eclipse.
EMFirst, let me say thanks for answering a few questions for Eclipse Magazine.How on earth did a couple of plumbers become time-zone hopping investigators of the paranormal?JH I had my own experience that lead me into this field. From there it has become a passion for many reason, one and the most important being the need to understand. Also those who may have their own experiences need help as I did back then.EM: You must hear a lot of
In 1991, NBC premiered
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After achieving huge success with two series that have a bit of a science-fiction/supernatural flavor [
In the late seventies, there was a bit of a push to diversify sitcoms. The day of purely whitebread sitcoms was coming to an end, and a lot of ethnic efforts found their way onto the networks