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Jack Spirelli, paranormal investigator, public debunker of paranormal frauds, and private fixer for the magic-using community, has opened his doors.

Jack’s in a crunch. Since he went pseudo-public with Spirelli Paranormal Investigations, his business has sky-rocketed. Debunking the scum who prey on vulnerable targets makes up half his business now. And the rest of his time? Jack’s on speed dial with the Texas Lycan Pack, the Inter-Pack Policing Cooperative gives him an occasional ring, and anything that goes bump in the night might just call him with a job.

He needs an assistant, another investigator, and some additional muscle, but maybe the dragon who just walked in and applied will do for now.

Each of the six stories in season one covers a new Spirelli case.

©2017 Catherine G. Cobb (P)2021 Catherine G. Cobb

What listeners say about Spirelli Paranormal Investigations: Season One: Episodes 1-6

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  • Trish R.
  • 04-03-21

Pretty darn good..

Cute story about Jack Spirelli's client that disappeared while in the forest, in a ghost's magical bubble.

Cool one about a man who stole people's memories. And had been doing that for over 200 years.

This was about Sylvia, a witch, who wanted to leave her not-so-nice coven, and hired Jake and Marin to get her safely from Austin to London, while witches were after her to kill her.

Jack finally met his "house guest," which turned out to be an Arkan Sonney, a hedgehog, that likes crabmeat and shrimp. And Jack "melded" with an old, old dragon.

This one was about a book that was very old, that Jack and Marin were sent after and about a knife that only had to touch you and you'd die. Fortunately, Jack didn't die when it grazed his skin.

This one kind of left you without answers. A house that was possessed by an entity and the old man who owned it asked Jack and Marin to help him get rid of it. I guess they did because it just left and no one knew where it went. The End.

Sooo, okay! My iPad says the F-bomb was used 2 times but I can assure you it was used 10 or 15 times. The book would read damn or s**t but the narrator would say f**k. Apparently the author rewrote it and changed the worse swear words. There was no romance.

As for the narration: Roberto Scarlato did a fabulous job, on the voices as well as the emotions.