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.
AGHOST investigated the Georgetown Inn (Seattle) on June 5, 2020. Inside, we discovered ghostly activity in a 3rd-floor room. Get the scoop after the jump.
Recently, fog machines have come to the fore on ghost hunts. But using them comes with a lot of caveats, and they could discredit your investigation. Get the scoop after the jump.
Jake and June sit down to discuss all the ghostly activity on the USS Turner Joy, a naval museum in Bremerton, Washington. Listen in after the jump.
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.
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.
On February 4th, 2020, Jake sat down with Mystic Moon Cafe to discuss ghost hunting equipment and previous ghost hunts. Plus, hear the latest EVP captured by AGHOST. Get the scoop after the jump.