UPDATE: The G&D Show will be returning Dec. 16th 2012!
FOUR AND A HALF YEARS OF FUN, FEAR AND FRIENDS…
Nathan S., AKA the Demon Hunter, joined the Ghostly Talk Radio crew as their Connecticut reporter in the spring of 2006. While on a weekend ghost hunting trip with GT host Doug Semig in November of the same year, Nathan met Ghostly Talk’s Indiana reporter the Ghostman, Shaun B. It was like lightning in a bottle. After spending the weekend researching and just having fun with the group, Nathan recommended that he and Shaun start a show of their own: The Ghostman & Demon Hunter Show.
With their own group of reporters including their friends Elmer, alias Havoc, reporting paranormal news, Sabrina, alias Gore Girl, reporting on horror movies, Kristi Petersen Schoonover reporting on paranormal books and literature, and Magnus on monthly crypto, they launched a new program format and started broadcasting in February of 2007. Their fresh take on paranormal broadcasting would put them on Haunted America Tours’ Top 10 Paranormal Broadcast list their first year—and they would remain a Top 10 show each year following that for their four-and-a-half year run.
Nathan and Shaun were often joined by other Ghostly Talk reporters, including Amber Rose, Tom Maat, Jason Gowin, and Bonnie Joe, as well as the show’s host, Doug. The Ghostman & Demon Hunter Show started on BlogTalk Radio, but soon grew, and was picked up by OmniSound Radio, KarmaCast, Absurd Radio and Planet Paranormal with archive downloads ranging between 10,000 and 90,000 each month.
After only a year and a half of broadcasting, Nathan and Shaun were contacted by Drew Brown of Brownstone Productions—the former producer for Paranormal State—to create a new paranormal program based on The Ghostman & Demon Hunter Show.
Under an agreement with A&E, they filmed at four locations to be made into two, one-hour specials called Extreme Paranormal. The show was considered by many to be the most controversial paranormal program ever.
The Ghostman & Demon Hunter Show continued until June of 2011, when Nathan and Shaun ended the program—but not their friendship—to work on their own projects.