Sage, a popular herb, can protect from bad energy, negative spirits and black magic. But most people don’t use it enough or in combination with other plants to do the job right. Get more after the jump.
Ghost hunting has had to adapt to the recent pandemic. Access to sites and homes has become more difficult or stopped. To get your ghost hunting fix, you’ve got to stay home, connect online, and sleuth from your computer screen. Get arm chair investigating tips after the jump.
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.
Ghostly Activities proudly presents a new book on ghosts and hauntings. New ghost hunters will find it useful for their first investigations.
We’ve had a lot of success with Boo Buddies over the years. It’s an engagement/trigger object that spirits just love to play with. Get my ghost hunting tips after the jump.
There are 2 approaches for EVP collection. Get the scoop on exploratory methods, confirmation EVP methods, room set-up, and live listening after the jump.
Curses have been around since modern man started communicating with each other. Well, I should say since people started hating each other, since it takes a big ol’ dose of anger, hate and malevolence to activate a curse. Find out how to break one after the jump.
Ghost hunt reports help paranormal researchers learn about evidence collected at a haunted place. It also builds knowledge about ghost hunting techniques and experiments. Learn how to write a comprehensive report and see our examples.
Salt. It can put a whammy on ghosts and evil spirits. If you ever need some last-minute protection, pour a protective circle and get inside it.
Use this handy ranking system to classify apparitions and other ghostly manifestations you meet on your ghost hunts.