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An Actual Ghost Hunter Says She Was Ghosted By the New 'Ghostbusters' Movie!
The daughter of one of the most famous ghost hunters in history took awhile to come around to the family business. But when her dead relatives started communicating with her, Alexandra Holzer realized she had to carry on her father's name.
Cover and Investigator Profile Feature Story beginning on page 14, "The Weird and Wonderful World of the Holzer Family."
Paranormal Underground magazine's May 2013 issue online at www.paranormalunderground.net
RUE-MORGUE HORROR AND ENTERTAINMENT MAGAZINE
Dreadlines Feature by writer Charlotte Stear. "Daughter of famed Ghost Hunter revives father's legacy!"
STRAUSS NEWSPAPERS, THE CHRONICLE, JUNE 2013, TOP LOCAL NEWS
The Original Ghost Hunter's Daughter. It's not just the kids going bump in the night!
The daughter of the original Ghost Hunter talks about her father and how she is carrying on his legacy.
"With all of the formula, phenomena-in-every-episode ghost hunting shows on TV, it’s unfortunate that many viewers and even investigators are not familiar with the real pioneers in the field of paranormal research. Hans Holzer was one of those pioneers. He was the original Ghost Hunter and conducted many hundreds of ground-breaking investigations using the “Holzer Method” and wrote dozens of books detailing his cases.
Today, his daughter Alexandra carries on his brilliant legacy (Hans Holzer died in April, 2009) with passion, intelligence, a sense of humor, and little tolerance for the kind of nonsense that sometimes crops up when paranormal research deviates into entertainment rather than a serious pursuit..."Full Article:
Psychic scammers find fertile haunting ground in Internet age
Reuters - As pre-Halloween witches and ghouls sprout up on U.S. lawns, experts are warning people to be wary of modern occult scammers who have moved online to hawk virtual voodoo dolls, revenge spells and otherwise "haunted" items.
"Alexandra Holzer, daughter of paranormal researcher and author, Hans Holzer, is publishing a 50th anniversary edition of her father's book "Ghost Hunter." She said paranormal scams prey on people who are "desperate for answers."
"Television shows that depict investigators using gadgets such as electro-magnetic field detectors to document evidence of paranormal activity have driven up demand for those items, Holzer said. She added that the shows have also sparked growth in the number of self-proclaimed paranormal investigators, who charge homeowners as much as $1,500 to rid their homes of spirits."
Spirits Raise Home Prices!
Video and Written Interview
By Ross Kenneth Urken for The Street
"In 1994 Alexandra Holzer and her husband at the time, bought a five-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath colonial in Chester, New York for $140,000. Given that Holzer is the daughter of pioneering ghost hunter Dr. Hans Holzer—perhaps best known for adopting "possession theory " for the Amityville house of horrors—she was glad to discover that her house was haunted" ...
An article written for UK's Paranormal Magazine