Christopher Moon is a leading paranormal investigator and President and Senior Editor of Haunted Times Magazine. Chris became interested in the paranormal at the age of 7. The family home was built on Arapahoe Indian burial ground. Chris would wake up in the middle of the night with the three-dimensional shadow of a little boy standing at the end of his bed, always silent and motionless. At first he was scared, but eventually he found the courage to start speaking out loud to the ghost, and over time the ghost stopped materializing at the foot of Chris' bed.
Later on, Chris started speaking with scientists, quantum physicists, psychics and anyone associated with the paranormal. As his interest and knowledge of the paranormal grew, it was a natural step to the development of Haunted Times magazine. Another segment of this is Ghost Hunter University (GHU). The GHU 101 class consists of Haunted History Dinner, fully interactive paranormal investigation of a property and an evidence wrap-up session, at different locations purported to be haunted. GHU 102 is for those that have taken GHU 101 and are ready for full use of scientific investigative methods.
Paranormal investigator and editor of Haunted Times Magazine, Christopher Moon discussed his work with the 'Telephone to the Dead' (Frank's Box), a device that purportedly allows real time two-way communication with the spirit world.More »
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