Legal & Privacy

Legal & Privacy

Legal Disclaimer

Certain parts of this site deal with activities that could lead to personal harm. Ghostly Activities does not accept liability for any injury, loss, legal consequences or incidental or consequential damage incurred by reliance on information or advice provided on this site. The site’s information is a collection of American folklore, legends, myths, pop culture and personal experiences. It’s just for good ol’ fun, so it is for entertainment purposes only.

Images & Written Content

If you’d like us to remove an image, it’s not a problem. We’ll take it down ASAP. But, we buy most of our featured images from ShutterStock or Pixabay.  Please make sure you’re not selling them there first. Also, we search for images with “Creative Commons,” “Labelled for reuse” or “Labelled for noncommercial reuse.” If we found them with those labels, then please update your site’s meta data to make it clear it’s not for reuse. If we found them as a license-free image, then a lot of other people did, too.

As for the articles and ghost hunting pics, you can use them freely, just drop a reference with GhostlyActivities.com as the source. GhostlyActivities.com’s site content is for commentary, criticism (as part of a review), news reporting, education, research and good, creepy fun. As for our ghost hunting pics, you’re free to use them—just source our site. Now, go spread the fun of ghost hunting!

Non-commercial Site

This is a non-commercial site. We don’t accept advertising. We don’t exchange links. We don’t review products unless we bought them ourselves. We just love ghosts, ghost hunting and supernatural things, and we want the world to know. I mean, ghost hunting is a hobby, after all.

Privacy Information

This site uses cookies to know which articles visitors read. These cookies are dropped by Google Analytics. They will get deleted after 26 months, per Google’s policy, or when you clear your browser.

If you block cookies, the site will still work for you. If you block JavaScript, then you won’t be able to use social sharing buttons, submit a comment or reply, nor will you be able to use the Contact Us page. Essentially, if you need to click something for it to work, you need JavaScript for it.

The only time we receive personal information is when a visitor comments or replies on a post, or they submit an email address and name on our Contact Us page. Email addresses will get deleted 30 days after submission. As for visitors’ comments or replies, the system stores email addresses, screen names and IP addresses. This is how WordPress works for comments and replies. We can’t change that. If you want us to delete a comment or reply, we will as soon as possible, but our response will still be available to other visitors. Please use the Contact Us page to tell us where your comment or reply is, so we can delete it.

When visitors use the social sharing buttons on posts, the social media platform will receive personal information to post to visitors’ profiles. If you don’t want that exchange to happen, then you can simply copy and paste the URL into your social media profile. Our social sharing plug-in counts the number of times visitors share an article, but it does not store any personally identifiable information.