Hi gang. I’ve launched a new site to kill (pun intended) time until I can ghost hunt again. It’s called Eerie History and it focuses on macabre historical events, people and places. To spice up a boring report, I’ll re-create scenes and hyperbolize the horror factor. Don’t take it as…
Hi gang. At some point, my ghost hunting team will investigate the Old Idaho State Prison near Boise. We’ve got to wait until the quarantine ends but this is some gear I’ll test out.
I made a resolution to simplify or reduce the number of gadgets I take on ghost hunts. This is how I decided to make a kit for my investigations.
In March 2019, AGHOST investigated the haunted battlefields of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Listen in to the ghostly details.
In February 2020, Travel Channel premiered a new series, which focuses on the most haunted places in the American Heartland. It stars former rapper, Steve Shippy, as host and lead investigator. Get the scoop after the jump.
On February 29, 2020, AGHOST visited the most haunted house in Standwood, Washington. The Pearson House is known for its full-bodied apparitions. Get the photo gallery after the jump.
I’ve used the Estes Method quite a bit over the past month. AGHOST tested it out at 4 different ghost hunts and with multiple team members trying it. And after reviewing all the footage and audio, it’s clearly bunk.
On Saturday, February 22, 2020, AGHOST investigated Thornewood Castle, the site of the Stephen King TV movie, Rose Red. This was a test run for the team. We used new experiments and a more specialized approach to ghostly evidence collection. Get the scoop after the jump.
AGHOST investigated Spooked in Seattle (Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA) the night of February 4th. Get the scoop on an EVP and our new experiments after the jump.