"Ghost Whisperer" producer and author says that the Jennifer Love Hewitt show is haunted!

Say anything to sell the books!! :)
Pittsburgh live:
Kim Moses swears strange, unexplained things happen on the set of CBS' hit series "Ghost Whisperer," which might not be entirely fictional.
The Donora native and executive producer of "Ghost Whisperer" says her crew and cast insist that a house portrayed on the show -- the same house, incidentally, that was Boo Radley's home in "To Kill a Mockingbird" -- is haunted. For one thing, people often hear commotion coming from inside the house when they are standing outside, but when they enter, nobody is there.
"There was a time when Christopher Columbus wanted to sail around the world, and everyone said the earth was flat and he'd fall off the edge of the world," Moses says. "Who's to say that there aren't parallel worlds?"
Have you had issues with apparitions? Maybe she can help.
Moses -- along with Edgewood native David Conrad, who plays the recently deceased character of Jim Clancy on the show -- will be coming to Joseph-Beth Booksellers on the South Side today to meet fans and sign copies of her new book. "Ghost Whisperer: Spirit Guide" -- which has comprehensive information about the show, episodes, photos, interviews with the cast and more -- includes a how-to guide for communicating with ghosts. If you think your house might be haunted, never fear: The book gives instructions on what to do about the ghostly residents.