The Paranormal Research Institute (PRI) conducts scientific investigations of Paranormal Phenomenon across the globe. They hunt ghosts and paranormal entities in York, England. York is undisputedly the most actively haunted area in the UK. The team members encounter the legendary "Ghost of the Brotherhood", an entity that has terrified locals for hundreds of years. The investigation climaxes into a bloodcurdling confrontation with the afterlife. The Blair Witch was fiction, these events are REAL.
Next, Paul Wookey journeys to investigate the universal ghost and spirit experience and is joined by psychic medium Diane Howe. They travel to Pendle, known for its deep history of witchcraft, which many researchers feel is responsible for the abundance of paranormal activity in the area. We also visit the Anchor Pub, based in the beautiful Dales of England, revealing amazing insights and testimonies about paranormal activity in the UK.
Finally, Scotland's most haunted and secret bunker from the Second World War, when numerous bunkers were created for the protection of the rich and powerful elite. Many have remained unknown and untouched ever since... until now. The PRI has been allowed full access, going deep into the heart of the shelter, revealing horrifying and disturbing accounts of ghost and spirit encounters. With unprecedented interviews with best-selling author and expert Brian Allan, the team reveals the paranormal presence in this foreboding and terrifying location.
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This is obviously taken direct from a DVD, if not it was a complete waste of recording time. If the listener is expecting a story forget it. You have a group of investigators conducting experiments which are meant to be viewed, this is after you've sat through about an hours history of a Nuclear Bunker - and these are supposed to be 'Ghost Hunters'. Not impressed. If I could have rated it ZERO I would have.
Wow, what a waste of time. The first chapter is a nearly incoherent tour through some post-nuclear (regularly mispronounced by the interviewer) facility. With distracting music and sound effects it's impossible to really hear the similarly-distracting British interviewer. Chapter two is nothing more than spooky music. I gave up fast...
There's no story, at least through what what I was able to sit. It's a tour of some bunker...
There's no narrator. This sounds like the audio track of some BBC documentary on a US facility designed to serve as the governmental base following a nuclear war.
Again, this didn't seem fictional.
I am seriously wondering if this audio was misfiled under a different book title name. It seems NOTHING like what the title suggested it would be...
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