Ghost Hunting 201

Ghost Hunting 201

A few years ago I was asked to give a lecture at Long Beach, CA’s Midsummer Scream event about ghost hunting. Assuming that attending that speech would be familiar with ghost hunting shows and has a general knowledge about gear and their use (not to say all investigation shows should be considered educational), I decided to dig a little deeper and present some lesser-known concepts and alternative ways to use devices.

This page will expand on the idea, delving deeper into concepts and philosophies. Nots, however, this is Ghost Hunting 201, not a PhD class, so we will keep things approachable and you won’t need a degree in quantum mechanics, philosophy or rocket science to keep up.

Please leave comments or questions on any topics you’d like covered.

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