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Posted May 15, 2012
Mike Aloisi has written a book in which he describes how he and Kane Hodder, of horror movie fame, were not only invited, but paid to attend a paranormal investigation at Rolling Hills Asylum in Bethany, NY and literally urinated in the closets of this historical haunted asylum.
Rolling Hills Asylum was a poor house that housed paupers, criminals, orphaned children, the morally corrupt, as well as mentally insane all in the same government-run facility. Needless to say not all were treated humanely and the asylum has a rich history of sadness, despair and eventually lonely deaths. It is now a hot spot of paranormal activity, in the form of trapped souls and negative energy so strong it has made people physically ill. For the many that had to die under these circumstances, and for the many that are still trapped there for eternity, it is a location that deserves respect for what once went on inside those walls.
Kane Hodder had decided to try and use his status as a horror movie actor to break into paranormal investigating. Well it takes more than just a name to be considered a legitimate part of the paranormal field. I have recently read a chapter of Mike Aloisi’s new book about his experience at the asylum. It is a vile and morally unethical story trying to appear as an apology. I do believe saying I am truly sorry but it was funny as hell kind of veto’s out the apology. He explains how Kane Hodder took it upon himself to urinate in the closets throughout the asylum even as he begged him not to. I guess this need to urinate wherever he pleases is due to some psychological reasons in which you can read about in Kanes Book (Kudo’s on the nice plug). What I saw in those words Mike had written were not the acts of a man who just has a “problem’ as if it makes it ok, they painted the picture of an arrogant, narcissistic moron who somehow thinks the world owes him something. News flash Kane, you were not even the only Jason, which means no one owes you anything because you have offered the world nothing special. So many others did EXACTLY what you did, and you know what, no one even knew the difference cause the mask always looked the same. You weren’t even in the good ones either. Mike continues on, trying to insult our intelligence by making us believe he was traumatized the fact that Kane “MADE” him do it too. Really? That bad Mike, bad enough that you put it in a book and are trying to profit from it. I see you have been wounded greatly. I am sorry however that as a grown man you are still having bullying issues, cause I was under the impression you were a tough guy once, not a coward who will do whatever Jason 7,8,9,10 tells him to do. Then to discuss with everyone how vile it was, since they were all feeling that way about what they had “found” in the closets. No one could believe it would actually be a person, I mean who would do that?
What I find interesting is that you really believed that in some way this chapter in your book would serve as an apology. It was a joke. If you were truly sorry for what you had done, you would have returned to Rolling Hills like a man and confessed to what you had done, returned whatever you were given to appear and paid to have the place cleaned and sanitized. Even as disturbing as it all was, I would have at least had a shred of respect left for you for being a man. Instead, you put it in your book, trying to add in some humor, which by the way who actually published this book? Did anyone actually read it first or for once did the celebrity status help you out and just get you a I deal? just do not see humor in urinating in a place that holds the history it does, and seen the deaths this place has. Please I cannot wait for the chapter where Kane urinates on someone’s grave, do you see any humor in that? I know you will receive the most criticism for this and it’s because it’s your book, trust that I am not even more disturbed by the pure arrogance and lack of class that your friend Kane displayed.
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Posted May 26, 2012
The book is great. Nuff on that. These bitter bunch of wannabe ghost hunters are trying to smear a good man's name. Kane works with sick and burned kids, does tons of charity work and is very thankful and kind with his fans. But he took a leak in a "haunted" asylum and you "ghost hunters" get out of shape? You aren't fit to lick up that puddle of Kanes piss.
I think I saw floating dust in a picture in an abandoned sewage plant, you better get off Amazon and go 'investigate" it. Be sure to ask your boss at Burger King for the time off.
Posted May 24, 2012
There are a couple of reviews on here that are not even reviews of this book. One by Paranormal_Vigilante & one by Sharon Coyle the Owner of Rolling Hills Asylum. They would have you believe the Kane Hodder & Michael Aloisi are both disrespectful and dispicable men and you should not buy this book. But the fact is Kane & Mike are both amazing people and this book is extremely funny and an amazing companion for Unmasked. These 2 women urging you not to buy the book are just trying to make a name for themselves at Kane & Mike's expense. So pick up the book and judge for yourself.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 23, 2012
This is a great book about the adventure that both Kane Hodder and Michael Aloisi had while writing Kane Hodders biography, the equally awesome book "Unmasked". I enjoyed this from cover to cover. It really shows what goes on in the mind of a "killer" on and off the silver screen. It is very well written, easy to follow and really fun to read. Please do not listen to the people whining about one single incident that they write about. Yes, it is not one of their best decisions in this world but to hack and slash at them like this is way, way taken out of proportion.
This IS a good book. Exciting, funny, touching and intimate. I highly recommend this book to anyone, especially if you already have read "Unmasked".
Posted May 22, 2012
Absolutely loved this book! I had the chance to not only read this book, but live through some of the stories that are talked about in it when I went on a Ghost Hunt with Kane and Michael. I also had the privilege of interviewing Michael on my radio program and the one thing that this book does is it doesn't hold back. Anyone who has done long road trips will be able to appreciate the journey these two have taken and will laugh at the some of the stories that has turned this book into an upcoming series! Must read for anyone who is a fan of Kane Hodder or the horror movie industry as a whole! 2 Thumbs WAY UP!
-Clint Narramore, Morning Radio Show Host, Ohio
Posted May 22, 2012
My husband read this book and absolutely loved it he has met both kane and mike at a book signing and conventions and they are just amazing people and so down to earthWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 22, 2012
i have met both these men. They are great human beings. As soon as I finished the book I started it again. This book will stay in my collection of insperational stories.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 31, 2013
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