In this article, get the most common activity associated with haunted houses. Then, get a few tips on why your house may have a ghost. Finally, see a list of resources for what do about a ghost. Get the scoop after the jump.
Ghost hunting has had to adapt to the recent pandemic. Access to sites and homes has become more difficult or stopped. To get your ghost hunting fix, you’ve got to stay home, connect online, and sleuth from your computer screen. Get arm chair investigating tips after the jump.
There are 5 kinds of ghost evidence investigators try to collect during a ghost hunt. Those are visual, auditory, environmental, experiential, and engagement. Get the full description after the jump.
Ghostly Activities proudly presents a new book on ghosts and hauntings. New ghost hunters will find it useful for their first investigations.
Use this handy ranking system to classify apparitions and other ghostly manifestations you meet on your ghost hunts.
Sitemaps help you define the haunting area and target areas for intensive EVP and visual recording. It has nothing to do with SEO.
Our brains are wired to take in our environment and try to make something we can understand. That’s called matrixing. All of our lives, we train it to make ‘sense’ of a bunch of chaotic sensory elements. It keeps us sane for the most part. But, it’s a hassle for ghost hunting. Here’s why.
EVP (electronic voice phenomenon) collection is a critical skill for ghost hunters to master. Get a (very) brief guide for capturing EVP on your next ghost hunt.
Not every cemetery is haunted, so find out where you’re likely to meet one after the jump.