Nicholas Groff (born April 19, ) is an American paranormal investigator, musician, and According to Groff, an encounter with a female spirit at the Linda Vista Community Hospital in East Los Jump up to: “Nick Groff’s Chasing Spirits” . 2 Oct Take a look behind the scenes of the Travel Channel’s hit show Ghost Adventures with paranormal investigator Nick Groff as he shares his. 27 Sep Ghost hunter Nick Groff unleashes ‘Chasing Spirits’ memoir. Chasing Spirits – The building of the Ghost Adventures crew. He may be a master.
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Stilll read it in one night though! It’s a good read if you are interested in the Ghost Adventures tv show, nick gives us the history of the GAC team, how they formed up, making their documentary and then the struggles of breaking into television.
In a Dark Groft. His thoughts about investigating asylums and the harrowing background history of asylums he presents, has truly stayed with me and I was not expecting to be moved emotionally by this book.
Chasing Spirits: The Building of the Ghost Adventures Crew by Nick Groff with Jeff Belanger
May 25, Theresahpir rated it really liked it. Hostage to the Devil. Yeah, there have been one or two times that has happened. I did like this book but I didn’t love it as much as Zac Bagan’s book. Totally funny, slightly crazy, completely mischievous. All of the above led to a totally interesting read. I was also pretty shocked to learn that despite what may be inferred by the actual show, Nick was the one who came up for the idea of the documentary-turned-TV show and did almost ALL of the editing work, not only on the documentary, but on the first season of the show.
rgoff Calkins rated it it was amazing. Would you like us to take another look at this review? I picked this book up because I love the Ghost Adventures.
Jun 24, Doreen Petersen rated it really liked it Shelves: It provided a lot of insight into the ghost adventures crew and what it’s like behind the scenes. I naturally inhaled this well written book as well.
Chasing Spirits: The Building of the “Ghost Adventures” Crew by Nick Groff
Mar 06, Katrina added it. Chasin, there have been times when we’ve captured what sounds to be a couple of unexplainable spirits having sex.
When we started doing “Ghost Adventures,” I learned very quickly that I was very handy with the digital recorder, which captures electronic voice phenomena, or EVPs — voices from the other side that we just can’t explain. Very, very interesting book. The ghost adventures are true to their word. Out of the three, Nick is probably my favorite crew member, but there’s an air of mystery about him We did the haunted vaults beneath Edinburgh, Scotland.
Really fun read, burned through it in like 3 days. Groff is currently the lead investigator for the television series Paranormal Lockdown and the Ghosts of Shepherdstown. We see even more honesty discussing arguments between him and Zak, stress of being on the road and facing down his fears.
The most interesting part of the book for me was his detailed explanation of what really happened at Linda Vista. As it turns out, however, Groff with the aid of Belanger describes in honest detail how chhasing became interested in film; what chasinv was like as a young, struggling documentary film-maker; what transpired to have Zak Bagans and Aaron Goodwin join him as part of the Ghost Adventures crew; and how Ghost Adventures itself was a bit of a curious whim that eventually but certainly not immediately paid off.
Ghost adventurer Nick Groff unleashes ‘Chasing Spirits’ memoir
Open Preview See a Problem? The writing is in a conversational style, which draws the reader in, and kept me page-turning to see what was next. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. You spend that much time with anyone, you’re sirits to start talking like each other.
To ask other readers questions about Chasing Spiritsplease sign up. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. I enjoyed Nick’s personal story but I also wanted more of his personal experiences in the paranormal and I did not quite get that. Which he and chasinh wife were super broke and had to move into his parents house, not something most adults would admit to.
When discussing this book before reading it, a buddy said it was pretty good, that the voice of the book is very true to the voice of the author. It’s not a follow up its part of a three piece puzzle that makes up the Ghost Adventures team of Nick, Zak and Aaron whom I hope will one day write his own book. You know that old urban legend where you see a ghost and your hair turns white? I was disappointed to find a handful of photos of Nick as a child and on location but no photos or stills from encounters.
I’d probably read it again, for the history of the haunts and best places. Greatest Mysteries of the Unexplained. With Nick’s book, I feel like I’m getting a different perspective on some of their most active investigations.
The Best of Me. The more I watched it, grogf more curious I became about how three unknown guys fro I’ll be honest: I love how cbasing explains how Ghost Adventures started.
If you’re a fan of Ghost Adventures, read this book, you’ll like it. This autobiography gives Nick his voice