Over the years, I have done quite a few television pilots and pitches. The difference between the two is that a pitch is more generalized. So it is not necessarily an “episode”, it is only a generalized idea of what the show will be about. In the example below, the pitch is focused on the … Read moreYet another television show pitch, but it was fun!
Cody Polston has been a ghost hunter for 25 years and is the president of the Southwest Ghost Hunters Association. For more information on the organization, go to their website. What is your favorite ghost story and why? My favorite ghost story is Sandee Saunders. She was an amateur country artist with big red hair. She … Read moreTalking fact and fiction with a ghost hunter, an interview with Cody Polston
While cleaning my hard drive, I came across several photos from 2006 when we were shooting a TV pilot with Chris Fleming. RCR (the production company) and Chris had a new concept that sounded very intriguing so at Chris’ request Cody and Bob flew to the California desert to shoot the TV pilot. Although the … Read morePhotos from the “Lost Souls” TV pilot
In 2008, SGHA was shooting video for a DVD that would be named GHOSTHUNTER X. The final film ended up being about the Storyteller theater in Old Tucson but we filmed at several locations. These are some of the photos from those other sites, all taken throughout various locations in Tombstone, Arizona. The first location … Read moreGhost Hunting in Tombstone in 2008 (The Lost GHOSTHUNTER X Files)
Have you ever wondered if the ghost shows on television will ever get serious and actually try to do something more tangible? Well that was the hope when I was approached by RCR Productions to do something a little different. How about a group that brings in actual scientists and skeptics so that the mystery … Read moreDead Reckoning (TV Pilot) and RCR Productions