Saturday, September 26, 2009


The latest in big-dudes-busting-ghosts reality shows will air on October 6 at 10 pm on the Discovery Channel. "Ghost Lab" follows two brothers from Texas, Brad and Barry Klinge, who want to get to the scientific root of why ghosts act the way they do.

Their team, titled "Everyday Paranormal" travels in a mobile lab that is capable of providing 200,000 watts of electricity to power audio, video and photo analysis stations; flat-screen televisions and an interactive touch-screen smartboard. The lab also contains surveillance video cameras; temperature, humidity and dew point data loggers; thermal imaging cameras; and audio recorders.

Some of the locations the Klinge brothers and their team investigate on the 13-episode-show include Tombstone, Arizona; Shreveport Municipal Auditorium, where Elvis got his start; and Granbury Opera House, where legend says that John Wilkes Booth changed his name and performed Shakespeare after assassinating Abraham Lincoln. Apparently the Klinge brothers also manage to get Civil War soldiers talking on audio.

Sounds worth checking out, especially in time for Halloween.

The team (with Klinge brothers looking on ominiously in the back)

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