You’ve seen the TV shows. Perhaps you’ve read some of the books. Maybe you’ve even obtained some ghost hunting tools—maybe a temperature meter or sound recorder. Or maybe you just want to see what you can experience. There’s just one problem: where do you go to hunt ghosts?
The Ghost Hunter’s Field Guide reveals over one thousand haunted locations (with locations in all fifty states) that you can visit!
Each entry includes the history of the site, its address and website, and a listing of what has been experienced there (such as apparitions, cold spots, etc.). Use this book to plan a ghost tour—or to find something in your own neighborhood.
This valuable resource for ghost hunters features over one hundred photographs.
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