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.
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.
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.
AGHOST investigated the J&M Cafe in Pioneer Square in early November 2019 and captured ghostly engagement in the Seattle Underground. Get the scoop after the jump.
Hi, The book is out now! It’s the third in a series based on my blog, GhostlyActivities.com. Get some scoop after the jump.
Ghostly Activities proudly presents a new book on ghosts and hauntings. New ghost hunters will find it useful for their first investigations.
Hi Gang! A TV show producer looks for night shift workers, who’ve had paranormal encounters. Read his note below to get contact information:
Hi gang! Just a quick note to let you know I’ll record an audio book version for “Ghost Stories | Presented By Ghostly Activities” once I finish the next book in the series. Oh, wait. I didn’t mention that. I’ll have another ghost hunting book come out in October. It’s…
Hi gang. I wanted to share some chapter images from the upcoming book. Here’s a quick look at 4 images from the book. The eBook and paperback are coming along nicely. They’ll be available in a week or so, depending on the edits. That puts the publish date around Sept….