Grand Central Terminal the world’s most famous train terminal ought to be called “Ghost Central” according to New York’s premiere paranormal investigators the “Ghost Doctors.” Pete & Stew Kandel’s (known as Dr. Pete and Dr. Stew) sought after ghost hunting tour in GCT have given New Yorkers a chance to experience a “real” ghost hunting adventures right in the heart of the Big Apple.
This dynamic paranormal duo leads groups of wanna be ghost hunters on expeditions through this cavernous underground labyrinth in the heart of NYC. The Ghost Doctors say ghost hunting is as much a science as it is an art.“We give each participant a crash course in real ghost hunting, from how to handle ghost hunting equipment to even how to use their own digital camera as a ghost detector,” says Dr. Stew.
Not only have the good doctors found paranormal activity in Grand Central Terminal, so have the various groups of people who have joined them on their ghost hunting investigations. “It’s really cool when people discover some strange paranormal activity especially when it’s a team effort. Everyone gets really excited, it’s sort of like finding buried treasure”, says Dr. Pete.
Ghost hunting is an art, OK (you certainly have to be creative to claim lens flares for spirits and such) but a science? HARDLY!
Doubtful News emailed the “doctors” earlier today to find out exactly why they call themselves “doctors” and what their science qualification are. No reply was received. This piece is a press release for their business venture. It’s another case of paranormal tourism, designed for those who are primed to be freaked out. It’s a trend.
We will update if we hear anything back from the doctors. I’m skeptical…