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.
Hi gang, Over the next week or so, you may get some wonkiness with the site. It’s due to the mobile web page technology called AMP. Google uses it so web pages load faster on your phone. Anyway, it’s only given me problems. So, I’m removing them. That means you…
The PatrolMaster body camera was designed for police work, but ghost hunters may find some features useful on an investigation. Get the scoop on the gadget after the jump.
If you’re looking for an EMF meter that quickly and easily measures magnetic and electrical fields without too much else, the Meterk EMF meter may be a decent choice. Get the full review 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.
Hi gang! I just wanted to say “THANK YOU!” to the 2 million readers who’ve stopped over the past 7 years. I never thought GhostlyActivities.com would be more than a little ghost hunt and gadget site lurking in the dark corners of the Web. Saleen and I want to say…
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.
Steve Gonsalves, of Ghost Hunters and Ghost Nation, directs a documentary about the ghostly antics at a home in Florence, Mississippi. Get our review from a ghost hunter’s perspective after the jump.
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…