This book starts off with a fascinating story from Grant on how he first came in contact with the paranormal. Then it goes into each investigation. What's different in this book is after each case they include a piece on ghost hunting such as Poltergeist, EVPs, and Infrared Camera. They tell us where the paranormal term or ghostly gadget came from, how to operate it, and why ghost hunters use it. I really like this addition. It's very informative. One of my favorite stories in the book had to do with how a member became a part of TAPS. We also find out how Jason and Grant became owners of a haunted inn.
There are similarities between book one and book two. The chapters are short, they tell us about many cases, some aired on TV, others did not. As with the first book, some cases will surprised you. There are paranormal photos in the middle of the book and a paranormal glossary at the end.
I loved the addition of paranormal explanations. All in all an entertaining read. If you are a fan of Ghost Hunters, you will want to read this book.
If two book deals weren't enough, they have a third book entitled Ghost Files, The Collected Cases from Ghost Hunting and Seeking Spirits, a compilation of the best cases from book one and book two. Obviously they didn't learn anything when they entitled this book.
I give Seeking Spirits, The Lost Cases of the Atlantic Paranormal Society four alien heads.