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Mark L. Cowden

Mark L. Cowden is an American author, film maker, musician and TV paranormal investigator. Born March 10th, 1975 in Muskogee, Oklahoma, he now resides in the United Kingdom where he is a regular cast member on the BBC show, 'Northern Ireland's Greatest Haunts.' After spending the better part of the 90s in Seattle, Mark relocated to Belfast, ... See full bio »

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Ghost Machine Camera and Electrical Department
Peridot Producer
Cherrybomb Camera and Electrical Department
Freakdog Camera and Electrical Department


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 2014/II The Labyrinth (Short) (key grip)
 2014/IV Painkiller (Short) (epk)
 2012 I Can't Stop My Dream (Short) (key grip)
 2009 Ghost Machine (camera operator: making-of featurette)
 2009 Pumpgirl (camera operator: making-of featurette)
 2009 Cherrybomb (camera operator: making-of featurette)
 2008 Freakdog (epk)
 2007 Bail (Video documentary short) (additional cinematographer)
 2006 Nailed (assistant camera)
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Mark Cowden

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While on the set of Ghost Machine (2009) which was set in an old haunted prison, Mark and Christian Bale stunt double Buster Reeves went on a paranormal investigation in search of ghosts. Although no ghosts were found, lights were said to turn on and off of their own accord and footsteps were recorded on a mobile phone. See more »


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