Evidence analysts scour through audio, pictures and video of an investigation. They try to find that one moment when a ghost manifests. It’s an underrated position, but one that makes or breaks your team’s credibility.
Ghost hunt reports help paranormal researchers learn about evidence collected at a haunted place. It also builds knowledge about ghost hunting techniques and experiments. Learn how to write a comprehensive report and see our examples.
Paranormal research managers have one of the hardest jobs on the team. They have to find why a place is haunted, and who the ghost was in life. Find out what it takes to be a research manager.
Investigators are the frontline into paranormal research. They collect the evidence and face the critics. If you want to become a paranormal investigator for ghost hunts, read on.
Paranormal technical managers (or tech managers) have one of the most demanding jobs on a ghost hunting team. They’re responsible for the smooth operation of all the ghostly gadgets, but there is one big drawback to know before you take the job.
Saleen and Jake sat down to talk about the case manager role on a ghost hunting team in-depth, and how they hold the team together.
I’ll be honest: We’re a duo. So, we have to do more than one job. When we go on an investigation, we call a friend with an area of specialty we don’t have. For most investigations, it’s just the two of us.