1. How did Boise City Ghost Hunters get started? How many of you are in the team?
I founded Boise City Ghost Hunters Paranormal Research and Investigations along with Scott our Co-Founder in 2009. Growing up I always had an interest in ghosts and the possibility of hauntings. Having had some minor experiences as a youth my curiosity was always there. As an adult I found myself in a position to purchase some equipment and start looking for answers. Our team currently consists of over ten members. And all are dedicated to volunteering their time and helping our community.
2. Can you tell me a little about what Boise City Ghost Hunters do?
As a team we use our real life jobs and expertise to disprove hauntings. We take on investigations to help folks figure out the creeks and bumps in their homes. We don't go in looking for spirits necessarily. We try to exhaust all humanly and earthly reasoning for their concerns. If after those options have depleted we then try to pinpoint what and where paranormal may be lurking.
3. Can anybody be a ghost hunter or do you have to have a certain affinity with spirits?
Although anyone could become a ghost hunter. I would suggest first and foremost if you don't have a passion to help those in need you won't last long. Ghost hunting is not glamorous. It is not always fruitful. In fact I would argue 80-90 percent of the time most claims are not related to paranormal at all. Ghost hunting takes a toll on everything in your life. We do not charge for investigations and we are self funded. So it is not an occupation of financial gain. And due to ongoing questions of the science and nature of ghost hunting if anyone does charge it would raise a huge red flag in my opinion.
4. Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you were scared?
As of this moment I can honestly say, no... There have been things that have had me scratching my head. And definitely times where I was startled. But scared is a strong word.
5. In the Wonky Inn series, the ghosts are mostly amusing. Have you ever had any funny moments?
Not really any funny spiritual moments per say. We do enjoy ourselves while out in the field. Everyone needs to joke and have fun at times...
6. What's the best part of being a Ghost Hunter?
For myself and I believe our team would agree. The best part of ghost hunting is making families feel comfortable in their homes. Helping them decipher between "ghosts" and the noises of an old house... That is by far the best part...
Disillusioned by magic, Sally Talbott turns her back on witchcraft and jumps realms to Luna Brook, a small, quiet town nestled into the hills of the Cotswolds, England and lands a job in the local café.
Instead of a normal life filled with coffee and customers, Sally discovers her employer and landlady, Betty, fights crime for a side income and is faced with a dead body, a spilt mocha and a murderer on the loose.
A corrupt mayor with Luna Brook’s reputation to keep clean is the perfect brew for trouble and Sally soon finds the finger of blame pointing to her.
Can Sally solve the crime, clear her name and make a new life for herself before she lands herself in jail? Can she continue the presence of normality or will she have to resort to magic? And why won’t Betty’s cat leave her alone?
When a retired detective superintendent chooses to take a culinary tour of the British Isles, he hopes to find tasty treats and delicious bakes …
… what he finds is a clue to a crime in the ingredients for his pork pie.
His dog, Rex Harrison, an ex-police dog fired for having a bad attitude, cannot understand why the humans are struggling to solve the mystery. He can already smell the answer – it’s right before their noses.
He’ll pitch in to help his human and the shop owner’s teenage daughter as the trio set out to save the shop from closure. Is the rival pork pie shop across the street to blame? Or is there something far more sinister going on?
One thing is for sure, what started out as a bit of fun, is getting deadlier by the hour, and they’d better work out what the dog knows soon or it could be curtains for them all.
Little did Meadow Seabright and Adonia Crowe know that going to the Christmas market to pick up more Allspice for a recipe would lead to murder and true love. Or that a chance encounter with an ancient witch would change the course of their lives forever. But it did.