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  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Three Rivers Press (November 4, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0307407306
  • ISBN-13: 978-0307407306
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.1 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #578,463 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

TREY HAMBURGER is a regular dude from Leonard, Michigan, who wants the scientific community to shut their mouths forever and realize the TRUTH about ghost/aliens. Trey Hamburger is also known as ROBERT HAMBURGER, the author of the cult hit REAL Ultimate Power: The Official Ninja Book.

Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

1.

Food of the Retards

The Incident

I don’t remember anything obvious that happens during the day. I get really pissed and almost set fire to the house because my mom brings home chicken again. Good thing I don’t. After that, things start going pretty good cause she tells me she’s going on vacation in a week, and that’s the closest thing to having her dead.

Later that night, my mom and I are watching a show about crunchy peanut butter and Derek Wood calls up. He starts telling me about how Jeff Trenton just started whaling on his neighbor over a stolen Cabo Chicken Sub Sandwich. I mean I know they’re good, but I’m like, Damn. He then says he has to go take a piss for a second and he’ll be right back. I look over at my mom and she’s pretty shocked about all the work that goes into making one jar of peanut butter. Then I think I see her scratch her crotch, but I don’t know for sure.

It’s possible. Although her diet has been quite neutral, and she hasn’t been eating much sugar. Anyway, listen to this. All of a sudden Derek comes back on the phone, and he’s emotional as fuck. It’s like his mouth is really dry, but he STILL keeps swallowing.

Apparently, he put some Hot Pockets in the microwave before he went to the bathroom. Then, when he got back, the microwave was empty and the Hot Pockets were already on the counter. He says he can’t even chew them because of the fear inside. Hearing this, both of my elbows buckle, and, except for the usual stream of shaved vaginas, my mind goes completely blank.

I can’t believe a thing like this could happen to someone I party with. First off, I’m a skeptic. I’m not somebody who’s wild about ghosts; so I’m the last person to say it’s a butler from Mars or something like that. But there is no fucking way that the plate of Hot Pockets could have slid out of a closed microwave and onto the counter from natural forces. Derek then tells me he has to go and I’m like “OK” and I finish watching that peanut butter show with my bitch mom.

OK, there is a possibility that Derek just forgot he took the Hot Pocket4 out of the microwave, something he’s never done in his life. But this is impossible for two reasons: (1) I’ve known Derek for over two years and that’s something he -wouldn’t do. (2) This is totally something a ghost would do. (Trust me, if I were making this shit up, I’d be saying it was like ten Hot Pockets floating, not one. I’m not a dude who just says stuff.)

Nevertheless, the weirdest thing about it is that after Derek told me that story, nobody heard from him again until later that night. 2: Two Pissed--Off Dudes Why is it that a man sees a Hot Pocket floating in midair, has his whole life rumpled up for a couple minutes, and nobody does a THING about it? Often, it is an event so intrinsically shattering that no man can defend himself. Some people may say, Hey when you put stuff in perspective, that kind of thing won’t bother you. Well listen, the sudden tightening of your guts when somebody puts a knife to your throat is different than when a bird winks at you, but it’s still there.

It’s easy to laugh at people who say they’ve seen a Hot Pocket float. But what do we do when the laughter stops?

Any one of you could wake up tomorrow morning worrying about whether your neighbor is Indian or not, and by noon you can’t even swallow because you start hearing these weird--ass footsteps that sound exactly like an old lady’s—slow and tiny. This happens to millions of people all the time and there’s pretty much no explanation whatsoever.

THAT’S THE KIND OF SHIT I’M TALKING ABOUT! People all across the globe are getting freaked out and everybody else is all “Yo, I gotta go help my grandpa out with some stuff, call me later.” So these unexplained events will remain so until somebody, somebody who - doesn’t give a fuck, comes forward and speaks the truth about it. Well, that’s all about to change right now.

At this point, you might be asking yourself why someone like me has suddenly acquired an intellectual curiosity after a lifelong passion for nonintellectual endeavors, like jerking my gherkin. Well, I think there are certain people who are chosen for weird--ass reasons to do some bad--ass shit. I’m probably one of those mysterious people. So now, fully aware of the sensitive, even dangerous ground I’m treading on, I am completely prepared to beat the shit out of a ghost if I have to. And, even though there’s a lot of rich fucks out there who want me to keep quiet about this stuff, I believe doing so would be a crime against the scientific community, which I’ve been a member of now, for over a week.

Yeah, and there may even be a wave of deathbed confessions to come any day now too. But until that time, somebody needs to start talking about this stuff in an Open Forum, where people can express their frustrations and manage their emotions. Finally, for all you people out there who are sick of floating couch cushions or inexplicable squirting sounds, you don’t have to be a victim anymore.

In case there are any job positions in a scientific field, I’m definitely available. At my last job, my boss practically asked for my advice every day. He was a dipshit. I single--handedly saved the company from bankruptcy. Twice. The company was losing sales every day. (I -wasn’t supposed to know about that—so don’t bring it up with my boss if you call him.) So I increased the sales and everybody backed me up. We had a party later that month about the sales and I talked to everyone there and they said it was because of me. So what can I say? You can give them a call, but I got to see if it’s cool with them first. Then you can take the ball from there. I don’t have a problem with black-skinned people either.

3: Emotional Preparation Everything you know is BULLCRAP.

FACT: There is shit going on that we can’t even comprehend.

FACT: At any moment some dude could be watching you and you -wouldn’t even know it.

FACT: The government knows all this and won’t say a word.

Before we go any further, you got to be ready for some major crap. Because I’m about to talk about some stuff that may very well mess up your entire life, and the lives of your buddies.

All right, I guarantee that this will make a frighteningly huge amount of sense and it might/will scare some of you. I apologize for that. If you’re not intimidated yet, let me ask you this. Does the mere mention of severed heads scare the crap out of you? Or does the thought of some dude floating make you want to call a buddy and talk about it? If so, I’m going to tell you something: this isn’t for you. Because the rest of this book is full of crap just like that, or worse. Most people simply can’t handle it. Even though you think you could, I am pretty sure most of you would collapse on the floor in an instant. And for others, it will be hard to imagine that things like this actually do happen.

But these things do happen, every day.6 Oh, and if you’re one of those people who think that we should first be trying to the solve the world’s socioeconomic problems, like child prostitution or the price of a taco, before we even THINK about dealing with ghosts/ aliens, then try this: Imagine you’re about to go to sleep at night and there’s this really weird green face right outside your window, staring at you. Makes global politics seem meaningless, -doesn’t it?

You might even be thinking, “Dude. I heard this story before, and I’m still alive.” And yes, I KNOW, a pillow (acting alone) will never be able to do a hostile takeover of Air Force One, BUT what if there were several pillows acting in unison with each other? Puts things in a different perspective?

Now, for those of you who are ready to deal with an investigation this huge, I got to prepare you.

THE FEAR BARRIER

Most people -wouldn’t even think about entering a super old house where one hundred years ago, some dude went nuts and got into a huge fight with his cats and birds and his other pets. This actually happened, and I won’t bore you with the details, but the guy’s nose was found two hundred miles away, stuffed with acorns. Most people would be thinking, “If I went there and I did see something, I would FLIP the FUCK OUT. I don’t even know what I would do, but it - wouldn’t be cool, not at all.”

Me too, no questions asked. But most people -wouldn’t. I think most people’s instinct when they see a ghost or an alien would be to get out of there as fast as they can. But there are a chosen few who would instinctively fight it as well. So before we do anything we have to first deal with the fear barrier.

The most important thing you’ll learn here: ghosts and aliens don’t give a crap, and neither should you. And that’s how you have to be when you’re dealing with these guys. Tell yourself that you’re crazy. That it -doesn’t even matter if you die because you saw some shit that only a couple people on Earth will ever see. You have got to break through that fear barrier because that’s the only way.

Your best protection is the life you lead. If you’re not cool at all, and basically a dick, then evil will cross your path. But there is no guarantee.7

In the end though, there’s nothing that you can do to emotionally prepare yourself for a floating couch cushion or an alien going berserk in your backyard. So just keep a picture of Little Richard with you at all times, because it’s impossible to stay scared when you look at it. And always have some peanuts handy in case you run into trouble and can’t get to a food sourc...

More About the Author

Hello, amigos and amigas, my name is Robert Hamburger also known as Trey Hamburger. I am an expert in ninjas/ghosts/aliens.

My Books include:

*REAL Ultimate Power: The Official Ninja Book by Robert Hamburger

*Ghosts/Aliens by Trey Hamburger

And NINJAS COULD KILL ANYONE THEY WANT! They're the most amazing beings on planet Earth. And all I want to do is to get people to recognize their potential. I spend most of my time teaching people about ninjas and trying to get people pumped up.

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I anxiously await his next BOOk!
Christopher S Hensley
Ghosts/Aliens does for Ghosts/Aliens what Hamburger did for Ninjas with REAL Ultimate Power: The Official Ninja Book.
chris reilly
It is very rare a book makes me laugh out loud.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By R. Morton on November 5, 2008
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This book changed my life forever. Gurgling sounds, animals that know my name, dead grandpas, and floating Hot Pockets have been a constant burden on me and my family for years. Through the teachings of this book, I have transformed myself from ghost/alien-plagued loser, to ghost/alien friggin' bruiser. I found the workout schedule to be especially helpful, along with the little sidenotes from the Ferrari. Trey Hamburger is the best author of all time, with Robert Hamburger following a close second. Buy this book, homies, you won't be disappointed.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. Butler on April 9, 2009
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Honestly, my wife doesn't appreciate this book. I can't stop laughing, though. It's very addictive, in the sense that I didn't want to put it down until I had finished reading. It's full of absurdist humor that I found to be really, really creative. Read it, and I'll bet you'll enjoy yourself.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Disciple of Poseidon VINE VOICE on September 14, 2011
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I am a huge fan of this type of humor. I love the absurd. I got to admit I was a little disappointed about this book. The book focuses on the disappearance of Trey and Mike's (a couple of self proclaimed bada$$ dudes) friend Derek after he witnessed a floating hot pocket. What follows is absurd training, attempts at inter-dimensional travel, scientific experiments, writing letters to the scientific community looking for grants, denial of masturbation and other oddities. The idea was good, but got stale after a while. The story is told through 2 teen guys, both are nuts, homophobic, paranoid and plain old stupid. There are some sparks of brilliance in here but they don't flesh them out enough. I know it is a matter of opinion, but for me it didn't live up to titles like John Dies at the End or You Might Be a Zombie and Other Strange Facts. I still recommend this book to fans of absurd humor and comedy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lex on September 15, 2009
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"One time my friend accidentally contacted Satan and burnt his eyebrows off." This book is making me laugh, hard. Robert Hamburger's (of "Real Ultimate Power" fame) older cousin investigates a mysterious paranormal conspiracy that starts with a Hot Pocket that moved... on it's own. If you're familiar with the "Jim Anchower" columnist from "The Onion," imagine that type of narrator in a would-be "X-Files" novel. There are lines like, "I once lived in a duplex that had to be blessed," and "Parker brothers need to change their recommended age for Ouija Boards to 30 years and up. Seriously." It's completely idiotic and immature, like "Real Ultimate Power". And this is a good thing in this case, because the book is freakin' funny. It lacks something in the way of cohesion, but that actually works to the advantage of the author.

I cannot recommend this highly enough, four times yesterday I was laughing to myself sitting alone reading lines like, "In Cambodia, you can throw a grenade at water buffaloes for FIVE BUCKS." If you are interested in gurgling sounds, opening a portal to time/space, or face-punchings, you must read this book.

*Also, after I finished reading this book, I noticed that the lettering on the title glows in the dark. I noticed this when I saw the glowing words "GHOSTS/ALIENS" in the dark, which was frickin hilarious to me.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Tal Klein on December 12, 2008
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I'm not sure if it's me writing this review but I'm pretty sure I'm me because I just looked in the mirror and winked at myself and the guy in the mirror winked back and he kind of looks like me except maybe a little bit fatter, so maybe it's me in the future after lunch and/or snacks.

This book has taught me so much that I've since in fact forgotten everything because once you learn something so well that you master it, you forget it all together because you become a natural. If you want to become a natural like me, I'd suggest you buy this book, and quick, because I'm pretty sure that every time I even think about this book my powers grow stronger and your chances of becoming as good as me are declining.

This book is so good that it should get an Oscars, of the book version of an Oscar which I believe is called a Hamburger.
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By Daniel Files on August 11, 2014
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Hilarious book written by the same author of REAL Ultimate Power: The Official Ninja Book, possibly even funnier than his first book. Ghosts/Aliens is absurd, ridiculous, irreverent, and downright hilarious at numerous moments. Highly recommended for those who enjoyed REAL Ultimate Power: The Official Ninja Book, or for those who simply enjoy farcical humor in general.
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By Brandon on May 29, 2014
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I was a bit skeptical at first of this book since books and funny don't really go together but that all changed once I read it. This book will make you laugh your ass off.
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not for people with a fragile heart

spooked my guts right off and now im a spooky skeleton

most people aint ready for this s*** but if you think youre a bad enough dude, go for it
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