We have found some truly amazing and exciting things on our hunts and we really want to be able to share the amazing things that we’ve found with people everywhere.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 11, 2009
Hollywood Ghost Hunters, the pioneering group of horror film professionals that stalk the supernatural and take ghost hunting to a whole new level, announces they are currently accepting submissions from the owners of haunted locales for a possible visit and inclusion in their show.
With the recent spike in interest in all things related to the paranormal, ghosts and the afterlife, Hollywood Ghost Hunters (HGH) is looking to explore some new or previously undocumented locales and to capture them on film. Locations of interest would be those that are known to be haunted or feature some sort of unusual paranormal activity. If a location, once submitted, is accepted by HGH, it may be visited by the HGH. Submissions are now being accepted exclusively on their website http://www.HollywoodGhostHunters.com. Preference will be given to any locales that are located in Southern California but all others are encouraged to apply.
“We are thrilled with the renewed national interest in the paranormal and we would love to be able to find some new and undiscovered locations to visit and ghost hunt,” states Kane Hodder, co-founder of Hollywood Ghost Hunters. “We have found some truly amazing and exciting things on our hunts and we really want to be able to share the amazing things that we’ve found with people everywhere.”
Hollywood Ghost Hunters is led by co-founders Kane Hodder (‘Jason Voorhees’ in “Friday the 13th”) and Rick McCallum (‘Darkwolf’ in “Darkwolf”) and features some of most recognizable names in horror including R.A. Mihailoff (‘Leatherface’ in the “Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3”), Adam Green (writer/director of “Hatchet”) and Chris Carnel (‘The Miner’ in “Bloody Valentine 3D”). This group of Hollywood horror professionals visits some of the most haunted locations known to man and they stop at nothing until they have captured the evidence they need to prove or disprove a haunting.
“At the heart of Hollywood Ghost Hunters is the fact that everybody in the group is somehow related to filmmaking and or TV, and who better to delve into the truth and reality of ghosts, than people who create the illusion of the supernatural for a living,” remarks Richard Friedman, director and producer and HGH member. “We have actors who play famous movie creatures and killers, directors who conceive and execute the illusions, and special effects people who make the supernatural a cinematic visual reality. There is no team out there that is more qualified than us to prove or disprove the authenticity of the things that we see on a ghost hunt.”
Started by Kane Hodder and Rick McCallum, Hollywood Ghost Hunters has quickly become one of the foremost specialists in the field of ghost hunting. Using the latest equipment and technology available, HGH is not only a highly professional outfit, they are extremely entertaining to follow as well. Their ghost hunting adventures are typically fun and irreverent but usually just plain unpredictable. Recent travels to the Sloss Furnace in Birmingham, Alabama, the South Pittsburg Hospital in Tennessee and the David Oman house in Los Angeles (site of the Manson murders) are currently viewable on their website http://www.HollywoodGhostHunters.com.
For more information, to submit your locale or to set up an interview with Kane Hodder and Rick McCallum, contact Phillip Nakov at City PR - (818) 424-0743 - phillip(at)cityprinc(dot)com.
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