The New, Comprehensive Guide to Everything About Real Life Ghost Hunting
Search no further for the complete, up-to-date, and smart guide for the aspiring ghost hunter—you! Packed with insider knowledge, this handbook covers everything about becoming a real paranormal investigator.
This essential manual provides a detailed breakdown of every step on your ghost hunting journey. Explore the fascinating work of seminal figures in the history of paranormal investigation. Learn how to build a cohesive team and choose your first supernatural case. Discover crucial advice on the latest ghost hunter gadgets, the ethical way to report your evidence, and how to stay safe in your ghostly encounters.
Unlike other ghost hunting books, this indispensable guide explains how to conduct historical research on your case, how to properly document your discoveries, and how popular media and ghost hunting TV shows have impacted the modern paranormal community. So You Want to Hunt Ghosts is your key to successful investigative adventures.
Public culture has long had an appetite for the supernatural, resulting in numerous television shows and a growing number of ghost hunters. But there is a flip side to this: this type of avocation carries real personal and transformative meaning for the many who choose to partake. It really is a spiritual and intellectual privilege to "ghost hunt." Deonna Kelli Sayed, paranormal investigator and author of So You Want to Hunt Ghosts? and Paranormal Obsession, discusses why ghost hunting has benefits reaching far beyond discovering the supernatural.
It is increasingly important for investigators to understand their own personal beliefs and how it may affect their own ghost hunting. Get a pen or pencil and take this little self-assessment—just for fun! There are no right or wrong answers.
What Are Ghosts?
❑ Ghosts are souls of the departed that occupy our realm
❑ Ghosts are souls of the departed that live on the other side...
Demons, fairies, and saints—together? These are not three categories we think of together. In past eras, however, perceptions of the supernatural world were much more fluid. Magicians of the Renaissance would not be averse to calling upon whatever beings were available that could teach them secrets, acquire treasure, or gain the love of... read this article