SyFy’s Ghost Hunters Celebrate New Season Kickoff With ‘Chilling Tales’ Reissue

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SyFy’s Ghost Hunters Celebrate New Season Kickoff With ‘Chilling Tales’ Reissue

Day Job Roto-Rooter Plumbers Combine Plumbing and Frights in Book

Cincinnati, OHAugust 24, 2010 With the kickoff of their new season set for tomorrow, Ghost Hunters and real life Roto-Rooter Plumbers Grant Wilson and Jason Hawes are celebrating with the reissue of “Chilling Tales from the Porcelain Seat.” The fun, quick read bathroom book shares fun, interesting, creepy yet true tales of plumbing horrors and hilarity.

“It was a fun project to work on and we enjoyed sharing our experiences and combining our paranormal night job with our anything but normal day job,” Hawes said.

The book is also filled to the rim with practical tips, advice and “not to do’s” for DIYers. The book retails for $12.95 which includes free shipping and can be purchased online at or on As a special bonus, everyone that can identify the city the Ghost Hunters were in on the most recent episode will receive a free gift with purchase.

Roto-Rooter public relations manager Paul Abrams explained that the book has been so successful and incredibly popular as a gift for Halloween and Christmas, that Roto-Rooter decided to reissue the book to coincide with the new season of Ghost Hunters and in time for both holiday seasons.

“It’s been wildly popular among plumbers all across North America because they can so closely relate to the stories,” Abrams said.

About Roto-Rooter

Established in 1935, Roto-Rooter is the largest provider of plumbing and drain cleaning services in the United States and Canada. Roto-Rooter operates businesses in more than 115 company-owned territories and approximately 500 franchise territories, serving 90 percent of the U.S. population and 41 percent of the Canadian population. More information can be accessed online at

Critic Review:

“The “How to Poop at Work” survival guide is especially helpful, but more than just a book on how “everybody poops,” there are weird ditties about reptiles, flushed drugs, a chocolate bunny and rescued kittens. While not technically a Ghost Hunters or TAPS book, Chilling Tales is an enjoyable and quirky little bathroom book worth reading outside of the bathroom.” – Aaron Sagers, Paranormal Pop Culture

Editor’s Notes:

Copy of the Book Available for Review

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