ST. CLOUD - Well-known ghost hunter, Chris Moon featured on Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures," and NBC's "Today Show" spoke at St. Cloud State University last night (yesterday).

Skeptics and believers gathered in the Atwood Memorial Center Ballroom to hear Moon speak about his paranormal encounters with a device called a "Spirit Phone."

Moon was one of the first paranormal researchers to use such a device. Moon says the idea for the “Spirit Phone” came from engineer, Frank Sumption. The device was modeled after Thomas Edison's infamous "Telephone to the Dead."

SCSU Paranormal Society president, Rebecca Whelan says the "Spirit Phone" allows you to communicate to the spirit world through white noise in real time.

Moon says he developed an interest in the paranormal after an encounter he had when he was seven years old. That interest led him to pursue a career in paranormal research. He says if you want to find spirits just look around.

He has investigated supposed haunted sights such as the infamous Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast, in Fall River, Massachusetts. Moon says the most frightening paranormal encounters are the ones where you are helpless.

After the presentation, participants accompanied Moon on a ghost hunt through SCSU's alleged haunted hot spots. During the tour he demonstrated the use of his "Spirit Phone."

Moon is working on a Television show called, "Ghost Box" set to debut sometime next year.