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Author Trey Hamburger
Illustrator Worawalan Chantawong
Country United States
Language English
Genre Humor
Publisher Three Rivers Press
Publication date
November 2008
Pages 272 pp
ISBN 978-0-307-40730-6
Preceded by REAL Ultimate Power: The Official Ninja Book
Followed by Unnamed Episode III of the Hamburger Trilogy

GHOSTS/ALIENS is a humor book written by the pseudonymous Trey Hamburger. The book chronicles the research of two amateur scientists, Trey Hamburger and Mike Stevens, who investigate the possible teleportation of a hot pocket. The investigation soon expands to psychic babies, "Indians", the efficacy of toothpaste foam, the dangers caused by floating pillows, states of bird consciousness, portals in space/time, and so on.

The author sends letters to actual scientists requesting advice about the existence of ghosts, aliens, inter-dimensional portals as well as advice about paranormal combat. Those letters and replies are published in the book.


The author of GHOSTS/ALIENS is also the author of REAL Ultimate Power: The Official Ninja Book. In the 'Hamburger mythology', Trey Hamburger is the cousin of Robert Hamburger, the protagonist of REAL Ultimate Power.

Television and film[edit]

U.S. Cable TV network Comedy Central has acquired the television rights to GHOSTS/ALIENS, and Paramount Vantage has acquired the film rights.[1][2] The pilot titled GHOSTS/ALIENS was directed by Michael Patrick Jann, director of RENO 911.[3]


  1. ^ Comedy Central Casts "Ghosts/Aliens" Paranormal Pinheads
  2. ^ Paramount Vantage and Comedy Central Team Up for Ghosts/Aliens
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