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 William Hope (1863 – 8 March 1933) was a pioneer of so-called "spirit photography". Based in Crewe, England, he was a member of the well known spiritualists group, the Crewe Circle. He died in Salford hospital on 8 March 1933.

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Jason Conrad Hawes (born December 27, 1971) is an American plumber and the founder of The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS), which is based in Warwick, Rhode Island. He is also one of the stars and co-producers of Syfy's Ghost Hunters, which is in its ninth season.

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Maurice Grosse (6 March 1919 in London, England – 14 October 2006 in London, England) was a British paranormal investigator famous for his involvement in the Enfield Poltergeist case.

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Andrew Green (28 July 1927 – 21 May 2004) was an author and ghost hunter; known by the media as "the Spectre Inspector". Although Green never claimed to have definitively seen a ghost, he hunted them for sixty years and helped to popularise the use of scientific methods in ghost hunting. He once famously hunted for ghosts in the Royal Albert Hall.

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 Viktor Stepanovich Grebennikov (Виктор Степанович Гребенников) (1927–2001) was a self-proclaimed Russian scientist, naturalist, entomologist and paranormal researcher best known for his claim to have invented a levitation platform which operated by attaching dead insect body parts to the underside.

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The Ghost Club Society is a paranormal investigative group formed by Peter Underwood in 1994. The group was formed after his departure from the Ghost Club.

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 The Ghost Club is a paranormal investigation and research organization that was founded in London in 1862. It is widely believed to be the oldest such organization in the world. Its prime interest focuses on paranormal phenomena such as ghosts and hauntings.

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Raymond Eveleth "Ray" Fowler (born November 11, 1933, in Salem, Massachusetts) is an American author and UFO researcher. He received a B.A. degree in liberal arts from Gordon College (Massachusetts). He graduated with honors when he received the degree magna cum laude. Fowler joined the U.S. Air Force in 1952, attended a special school for electronic espionage, after which he was assigned to the USAF Security Service under the auspices of the NSA. His civilian career included work on US government projects including the Minuteman Project weapons system.

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