John Kachuba is an author and paranormal investigator. He is a certified Ghost Hunter and has investigated over 80 haunted locations in the last three years. He is a frequent guest on radio, television, and a noted speaker at paranormal conferences. John has also written books unrelated to the paranormal and teaches creative writing at Ohio University. He lives in Athens, Ohio, one of America's most haunted towns.
Ghosthunter and author John Kachuba talked about some of his investigations, and theories regarding hauntings and spirits. There are a number of possible explanations for ghostly phenomena, and one of them ties in with the theory of parallel universes or alternate worlds, currently considered in quantum physics. First hour guest, writer and paranormal expert Lee Speigel commented on a new 2-hour History Channel special, Secret Access: UFOs On The Record, which will air on Thursday night. ... More »Host: George Noory
Ghost hunter John Kachuba, who's investigated more than 100 haunted locations throughout the U.S., discussed his most recent work examining how various religions and cultures explain the ghostly realm. First hour guest, astronomer Phil Plait shared updates on space-related topics. ... More »Host: George Noory
Ghost Hunter John Kachuba discussed his investigations, methods, and theories. Ghosts are most often thought of as an energy residue or essence of the deceased, but in some cases we could literally be creating these entities ourselves, he said. If we believe in something strongly, we can create that reality with our mind, he commented, citing the example of tulpas or thoughtforms. Referencing recent developments in quantum physics, Kachuba suggested that ghosts could also be entities from another dimension or parallel universe, or they might be something that never had a human form.In terms of his investigative methods, he employs a dowsing rod to locate areas of interest at potentially haunted sites, and basic tools such as a digital camera and tape recorder. At a former mental asylum in Athens, Ohio an EVP was recorded that clearly said "help us," he shared. Many ghosts aren't necessarily sinister, such as a deceased grandmother who lingers in her kitchen, and has willed h ... More »Host: George Noory
Author John Kachuba, who's investigated more than 100 haunted locations in the U.S., shared his observations about ghostly activity, and spoke about techniques and trends in ghosthunting. ... More »Host: George Noory