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How to hunt for ghosts the safe way: Safety tips from different ghost hunter groups, web sites and authors and paranormal investigators.

Everyone needs rules and guidelines to follow, Ghost Hunters too. Everyone knows "Don't ever investigate alone". Safety in numbers. But is ther more? Some Grpups and individuals may dissagree on how to search for ghost. Yet all agree safety first. While this certainly isn't a complete course in paranormal investigation, it will give you a good idea of how to approach the subject. Two of the most important things to remember are safety and the law.

So you want to be a Ghost Hunter, huh? I can't blame you. It's fun, exciting and even just a bit addicting. Once you go on your first hunt, you'll find yourself "dying" to go on your second. But first, you need to get a little education under your belt.

GHOST HUNTER... Educate Yourself


A teenager out looking for ghosts with friends was shot in the head and critically wounded near a house considered spooky by local teens, police said Wednesday. > READ MORE HERE<

First recommendation is a "fluff" book. It's not meant for serious education, but many do feel it provides the quickest, most complete overview on the market. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Ghosts and Hauntings.

The Paranormal Investigator's Handbook. While not the best book on the market, and not devoted entirely to ghosts, this book will still give you some good tips on investigating ghosts and hauntings.

And finally, read The Ghost Hunter's Guidebook. While it's full of grammatical and editorial mistakes, Troy Taylor manages to pass along some good ghost hunting information. http://www.amazon.com/gp/richpub/syltguides/fullview/3W2XHMTD309M1

The Encyclopedia of Ghosts and Spirits This is a great book for anyone serious about paranormal investigation. It's chock full of historical and helpful info and will prove invaluable when you're conducting research.

Field Guide to Spirit Photography You'll definitely need to add this book to your growing paranormal library if you're at all serious about paranormal investigation. Dale Kaczmarek does a great job of explaining how a camera works and how you can use it to gather evidence of the afterlife.

Missing Pieces: How to Investigate Ghosts, Ufos, Psychics, & Other Mysteries A good handbook always helps out, and this is the one for you.

The International Directory of Haunted Places You're going to need a few places to check out, and this book is a good place to start. While it certainly doesn't list all of the haunted places for an area, it does hit a few of the most popular.

Here you can find what the top most haunted and successful Ghost Hunters and Paranormal Investigtors in America believe are the important protocals or rules one should follow.

Ghost-Hunting for the Sensible Investigator is a must-have handbook for safety, success, and serious savings. And get this: it can be downloaded to your computer for less than a dollar! A print version is also available. Are you a ghost hunter or a gadget collector? Do you really want to find proof of life after death, or do you just want to spend money on electronics? This book shows what you really need to start up as a ghosthunter. Not too much equipment, but a lot of common sense, persistence and a sensible approach to the investigation of the paranormal. http://www.lulu.com/content/386513

How to Hunt For Ghosts By Yourself Safely

If you think you might have a ghost or are simply interested in the paranormal, you may want to try your hand at ghost hunting. Investigators with Haunted America Tours offer these many saftey tips:

Look for ghosts in historic sites such as old homes, businesses, theaters, churches, schools, and battlefields where there is often an abundance of spiritual energy.

Conduct outdoor investigations during the fall and winter months when there is less humidity, pollen, and insects, and more static electricity.

Choose a time when there is a high amount of geomagnetic disturbance and solar flare activity.

A good group can show you the in's and out's of hunting and investigating ghosts and spirits, and yes there is a difference between a hunt and an investigation. At the same time, you're ready for your next round of spirited education.

Bring the Right Equipment

Digital camera
Tape recorder (capable of fairly low noise recording)
EMF (ElectroMagnetic Field) meter
Wireless phone (for safety - turn off during investigation)
A well stocked first aid kit is a must!

Richard Senate’s 13 Rules of Good Ghost Hunting

1. Let People know where you are going so if there is a mishap they can inform the authorities of where you went and with whom. Good advise for hikers too. Try to go in a group if possible.

2. Get permission to visit the sites! Never trespass as this can lead to all sorts of problems. Because of this some of the better places will be closed to you but, if you do not have permission you will not be able to publish your findings and evidence.

3. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Dress in layers as places can be cold or hot. Wear a hat when in the sun. Hiking shoes are best in an outdoor setting, rubber soled walking shoes best for indoor work.
Always take water with you and, if possible, a cell phone to call for help.

4. Take ways to record your findings and evidence. Cameras, Tape Recorders, Videos etc…are good for this. If you are using a film camera use high speed film only--At least 1,000 ASA. Black and White seems to work best. If you have a tape recorder, use new music quality tape. ALSO: Carry extra batteries as ghosts can drain energy from batteries.

5. If possible, research the history of the site and who lived there or what action happened there. This will help you in many ways. The more you know, the better your investigation will be. Remember, you are there to collect data.

6. Carry a flashlight (torch) with you to illuminate dark places within a site or to find your way back if you are stranded after dark. The flashlight is your friend and it can be the best tool you have in your kit.

7. Always carry with you a pad of paper, clip board, pencils and pens. These can help you record interviews and anything you experience. Try to draw a picture of the site, a floor plan of the place or map. You can use this to draw a picture of what ever you encounter at the site--Drawing and sketching are skills all ghost hunters ( and archaeologists) need to develop.

8. Always be respectful in doing investigations. Yes, have fun and don’t be too serious, but, respect the ghosts and your chances are better that you will encounter an apparition or supernatural sound. Don’t insult the ghosts or mock them. Remember, ghosts are people who just happen to be dead.

9. Don’t drink alcoholic spirits, take drugs or smoke pot. Anything that might impair your senses are strictly forbidden. If you do these things it will cast doubt on your findings. Skeptics will denounce anything you collect--even the best evidence you have. We must be professional!

10. Don’t harm or vandalize a site. Be like a ghost so that no one will know you were even there. Our goal is to collect data to prove the existence of ghosts not damage property. If possible, leave it better than when you came.

11. If possible try to re-enact an event that happened at the site. If it was a Civil War battlefield, dress as a Civil War soldier. If the haunting was linked to a poker game, play poker. This is called re-stimulation and it can enhance your chances of getting supernatural phenomena.

12. Music can be important, as well, to stimulate events but, it must be real music, not taped. So a flute, guitar, etc.. can be helpful. Play songs that are linked to the era of the ghost. This is good for collecting spirit voices (EVP) as well.

13. Lastly, write up a report on all you find. Try to publish your findings as well in a local publication or magazine. FATE Magazine is good for this. If you don’t write the report and submit it, all you have done is spin your wheels. Ghost hunting is a science not a lark. Good Luck and Good Hunting!

20 QUESTIONS WITH Richard Senate

One of the top ghost investigators of our generation. He is an "Historian And Ghost Stalker" author of several prominent books on ghosts and paranormal phenomenon, and has appeared on just about every paranormal television and radio show there is. PLEASE VISIT TO READ MORE HERE!


Safe Ghostly Advice

Never ghost hunt alone. Always take a friend, and let others know where your going and how long you expect to be there. Bring Your Cell Phone! Wireless phone (for safety - turn off during investigation)

Be Mindful of Weather Conditions, Avoid rainy, snowy, or Storm condtions. Dangers abound when in dark places these conditions can cause many unseen dangers.

While your at it make sure you have photo ID on you, because even if you do have permission and are stopped by a police officer or park ranger he will have to establish who you are. Some states make it mandatory thast you "Always" carry Photo, Picture ID identification. Also carry importantphone number, family, friends, hospital, doctor, police, blood type, allergy list anything that might save your life in an emergency.

Obtain written permission from the property owner before investigating a site.
Remember that successful ghost hunts can and do take place during daylight hours also. Another valid point is obtaining permission, it is mandatory; never trespass in order to conduct an investigation. First off it is just plain disrespectful, it is also illegal, and you may be the one to find out if those “trespassers will be shot” signs have any basis in fact.

There are a lot of really weird people skulking around in the dark, and congratulations, now you’re one of them, at least until your actual identity is verified. Also try not to wear T-shirts with ghoulish slogans or symbols on them, remember strange people skulking around in the dark is asking for touble.

Another point is to know where you are. If you do have to call 911 for an ambulance it is essential that you are able to tell them exactly where you are located. If you are exploring a hundred year old cemetery there’s a good chance it is not a regular stop for the local paramedics. Write out the location information, copy it and give a copy to each person on your team as well as letting some know where you are, other then those on the hunt with you.

Ghost hunting need not happen just at night. The misconception of day and night ghost hunts is purely subjective to certain hauntings. Many spirits or ghost are known to haunt dring the day and not be active at night as to what popular belief suggest. The fear of the dark plays a role in this myth of night being the only time for ghost to manefest.

Conducting Cemetery and Haunted House Ghost Hunts

Arrive early with your necessary ghost hunting equipment and give yourself plenty of time to set everything up. Here is a quick list of some equipment you may wish to use: a video camera, EMF detectors, 35 mm cameras loaded with brand new film and thermometers. Always remember to bring along plenty of flashlights. Don't forget to bring along some patience. Conducting a ghost hunt is a lot like fishing. You have to use patience.

Start by selecting a private room or a general location for a main base of operations. This base is where all monitoring should be done. It should not be an area where ghost activity is high. After the base has been selected, do a complete walkthrough of the general area. Check out every room, and in graveyards, walk around the tombstones in a 50-yard radius. Videotape the walkthrough if you are using video cameras. Make sure that you know the layout before you begin the ghost hunt. Get used to the location. The ghost hunt will go much better if everyone feels comfortable with the surroundings.

Use the EMF detectors to search for anything out of the ordinary. If you do pick up EMF distortions or if you feel that there is an unearthly presence nearby, take more photos. Just be aware that in cemeteries smooth glossy tombstone faces will reflect light from the flashlights or the camera flash that could create strange light patterns in the pictures. Glass objects and mirrors will reflect light inside houses.

During the initial walkthrough or at any other time during the ghost hunt, try not to unnecessarily touch or move objects. You should leave the natural environment alone. As you are doing the walkthrough in haunted houses, hang up ghost catchers in doorways, between rooms, or on staircases. If a ghost passes near the ghost catcher, they will chime alerting anyone nearby. A lightweight wind chime will suffice.

If there are objects or pieces of furniture that have been reported to move, put a chalk line or sticker on the floor next to these objects. That way, if the objects happen to move, you have a marker to judge and measure the exact distance.

Everyone participating in a ghost hunt should always know where everyone else is to avoid confusion and misinterpretations. Sometimes handheld or headset radio communicators are good devices to stay in contact with the other ghost hunting members.

Always log every event that seems out of the ordinary, (doors that lock, electrical problems, swaying chandeliers, strange lights, etc). Videotape everything for proof.

You can attach glow-in-the-dark or reflective tape to objects to help you with the layout and to mark special locations. The tape will make it much easier to see dangerous objects in the dark. You don't need to turn off the lights inside of the haunted house to have ghosts appear unless it is vital to the appearance of that particular ghost. Even then, leave some lights on for personal safety. Always have a couple of mini spotlights ready for outside ghost hunts in case something happens and you need light fast.

Do not be afraid to experiment on ghost hunts. Ask the ghosts to appear. Put the video cameras on different settings. Try the EVP audio taping methods. Use anything that you think might have an effect on the ghosts. If nothing seems to be happening, you might try to shake things up by playing religious or music that would be familiar to the ghost.

On any ghost hunt, make sure to have packed plenty of snacks, drinks, and maybe a board game. Ghost hunts can be long and tedious. You may have to spend several weeks inside at a haunted location before you experience anything strange.



Here is the much anticipated list of all the basic ghost hunting tips necessary for optimal results in the field. The list was created with your safety in mind.

A good investigator is objective. Adheres to scientific protocols, eliminates all other possibilities and presents what is found"

Let's Get started...
In the instructions below I allude to the fact that it is possible for a ghost to follow you home, and this is obviously a concern among ghost hunters. However, it is extremely rare! You have more of a chance of being followed home by an actual person than of a ghost. I feel confident if you follow the rules all will be well. :)

Here are twenty helpful tips:

1. Never go alone on a ghost hunt. Take along a partner for safety and peace of mind.

2. Always say a prayer of protection before and after a ghost hunt. We don't want those pesky ghosts following us home!

3. Make sure all of your equipment is fully charged and that you have extra batteries available. Ghosts have the ability to drain fully charged instruments.

4. Don't walk into an area snapping pictures right off the bat. Give those ghosts that are present some time to get used to you.

5. Be aware of the surroundings for safety sake. For best results, always take a day walk through before doing a nighttime investigation, if possible. The other option would be to show up just before dark (dusk) and have a look around before starting.

6. A ghost hunter steps into an investigation/ghost hunt with the best of feelings for those that are with him/her and for the ghosts that might be present. In other words, full respect for the living and the dead.

7. Above all - NO HORSE PLAY! A serious and conscientious ghost hunter gets results.

8. Large groups should split up into smaller groups of four individuals or less per team.

9. If you are scientifically minded, and I hope that you are.....take along a notebook to record significant occurrences. Begin by logging in the starting time and weather conditions etc. Also make note of surrounding lights so as to not confuse them with anomalies later on in the pictures. Record all meter abnormalities, strange sounds, sightings and feeling or emotions. Each group should take their own notes and compare afterwards.

10. Do not show fear. A gracious ghost will not come around if they sense you are fearful. Yet your fear can have a mischievous ghost feeding on that fear......not good.

11. Always remember, you are the one with the body, and you are the one with the power. Don't give up your power to them through fear.

12. Keep in mind that a lot of the places you will be investigating will be secluded. Because of this you should always bring along some form of protection. I suggest pepper spray or a stun gun. I am of course talking about protecting yourself from bad people, not bad ghosts. *smile*

13. If you are going to be taking pictures, be sure and read the Ghoststudy photography tips page. Click here for that page

14. If you feel that some unknown force wants you out of there...then by all means get out! You should never go against these feelings or you could end up having something show up at your home. Turnabout is fair play right?

15. Never dare an unseen entity to make itself known to you. However, It is okay to ask those present if you can take their picture or record their voice.

16. Make sure you have permission before entering private property such as a cemetery or abandoned house. I know how tempting this can be for a ghost hunter to do. Just remember this though, when you are caught sneaking around, it makes the ghost hunting community as a whole look bad. You could also be fined or jailed. Think about that.

17. If you are not familiar with EMF meters, you might want to check out our meter page for helpful tips on using these devices. We also have meters available for sale through our secured service. Meters can be quite helpful in locating ghostly presences.

18. Now a word about ghost voices, referred to as EVP (electronic voice phenomena). Take along an audio recorder and as you are recording ask questions to those invisible beings that might be in the area. Pause for an answer. It's also a good idea to ask some questions and then leave the device recording in a remote location for around 20 minutes or so. When you come back you might have your replies! For a list of EVP instructions for capturing ghost voices, please see our EVP page.

19. Be sure and have a look at out "standards and Protocol" page for a list of the guidelines expected when hunting for ghosts.

20. End a ghost hunt/investigation by evoking the power of God as a protection. "All unseen presences must remain here in the name of God" (or however you would do it according to your own personal religious beliefs). And don't forget to thank these that are unseen for any evidence you may have acquired during the investigation/hunt.

Don't forget to check out your old photos and you photo albums for ghost anomalies. You might be pleasantly surprised at the ghost pictures you already have!

Jim Eaton Ghost study.com http://www.ghoststudy.com/new/huntips.html


Find out what you really need to know in order to be a true ghost hunter. The list consists of 25 statements that all ghost hunters should take to heart. The CODE will protect you from harm and guide you on your quest. Commit it to memory and it will serve you well.

Join a Group
Now you've read a few books and visited a few very haunted web sites, checked out real ghost photos and heard the dead speak to you through evps. So whats next?

Well, Join a ghost haunted meetup group. Share information and learn more from doing and association. It can be fun and scary too.

A documentary of footage that was taken while visiting various locations throughout Illinois....locations such as: Pemberton Hall, Bachelor's Grove, Violin Annie, Cemetery "X", Chesterville Witch Grave.

Ghost Hunting in Illinois (part 1)



Continued from part one....this video includes Violin Annie and Bachelor's Grove....

Ghost Hunting in Illinois (part 2)





Guidelines for Ghost Hunters

Here are our strongest recommendations:

1. Above all, use your common sense.

2. Never go ghost hunting alone. Hunt with at least one companion.

3. Verify location, accessibility, safety, and related issues ahead of time. Check each site during daytime hours to identify parking, paths, and hazards. Carry a working flashlight, even during daytime ghost hunts.

4. Wear suitable clothing, including sturdy footwear. Don't eat a heavy meal immediately before ghost hunting, but don't arrive hungry, either. Do not drink alcohol or use drugs before or during a ghost hunt.

5. Never trespass on private or posted property, without specific permission from the owners or authorities.

6. Leave immediately and cheerfully if the police or owners ask you to, even if the property is not posted. Provide photo ID if the police ask.

7. If you become unreasonably frightened, leave. Always follow your gut instinct if you are prompted to leave.

8. Remember, you have more to fear from the living than from the dead. Haunted sites are often isolated and deserted. That makes these sites attractive to people engaged in illegal activities. Use caution and common sense.

9. As your mother taught you, never speak ill of the dead. Avoid sarcasm and jokes in haunted settings. Sometimes, the spirits "get even."

10. Ghosts do not follow you home. If you are frightened and leave a haunted location, the spirits generally do not go with you and they cannot affect your thoughts.

11. If you are troubled by unwanted thoughts after leaving a haunted location, relax. Eat some comfort food. Watch a happy movie or TV show. Talk it out with a skeptical friend. Spend some time in a church. If the unwanted thoughts persist, see a professional.

12. Ouija boards are not inherently evil. The biggest problem with them is that you don't know who or what is directing the platen, and if the entity is lying. We don't rely upon them during investigations.

13. Never rely upon cellular phones in haunted settings. Often, they won't work. Step across the street and the phone usually resumes power/range.

14. Remember that you are visiting a location that a ghost considers "home." Behave politely as you would in someone else's home.

15. Ghosts do not "possess" people without their consent. If someone or something seems to be taking control, tell it to stop. Think rude thoughts at it, and generally picture yourself as a bigger bully than the spirit is. This does work in most cases. If you--or someone you know--seems "possessed," consult a professional and/or a member of the clergy. It may not be a ghost.

16. Generally, you cannot help a ghost. You can advise them to move on, but don't waste more than about ten minutes discussing this. If you aren't making any progress, it's best to leave that kind of work to a professional. Most ghosts are tied to their earthly locations because they want to change something that happened in the past.

You can't change the past, and most ghosts aren't really interested in anything else.

And frankly, some ghosts just like attention. Don't take their ploys seriously.

17. There are no documented cases of someone being seriously physically harmed by a ghost. If you're worried about this, choose a different hobby. Ghost hunting should be fun.

18. It is reasonable to reimburse someone for their time and expenses, if you accompany them on a ghost hunt. However, if someone is charging you money as if they're providing a show... perhaps they are. Caveat emptor.

If you disagree with these guidelines, we urge you to create your own website and offer alternative opinions.

Other people may be frightened by shadows, or take risks that we avoid. We choose not to. We're simply looking for scientific evidence to explain what happens in "haunted" settings. We pursue this for fun, and to satisfy our intellectual curiosity.

Fiona Broome and the Hollow Hill Staff http://www.hollowhill.com/rules.htm


Before you go on any Ghost hunt you should always take extra precautions so you don't get hurt. Usually during a hunt you become nervous, scared and your emotions are hightened. These all spell disaster if you don't know the lay of the ghost haunted land.

If at all possible, visit the site during the day before you go on the hunt. This will allow you to spot potential hazards that could change a full night of fruitful investigation into an even longer night listening to seventies music as you flip through Golf Digest in the waiting room of the hospital.

Not only will you be able to spot obsticals but you can also kind of set up a map in your head, taking note of where noises and cold drafts could come from, thus increasing your ability to make an accurate assessment of the paranormal activity of the property.

You might find out that if you had gone during the night, you would have missed the "TRESSPASSERS WILL BE SHOT ON SITE" sign that was easy to see during the day. If you do spot a sign, no matter how much you'd like to ignore it, try and go through the proper means, so that you're investigating legally.

So, scout it out. Take camera's, pens, paper and anything else that will help you plan the investigation and make it safe, accurate and efficient.

We'd hate for you to miss a spook fly-by because you were too busy getting your foot out of a hole.

Grant Wilson TAPS http://the-atlantic-paranormal-society.com/arthunters/gettingstarted.html


1. NEVER Trespass: Watch out for any posted warning signs. Always ask for permission before going onto someone else's property. Avoid all areas where access is prohibited. Trespassing will only get you thrown in jail or worse. Be careful.

2. NEVER Litter: Leave the area exactly as you found it. Pick up any trash, containers, and scraps of paper and tape. Wipe off any chalk marks unless the site is a secluded area and you plan on returning.

3. NEVER Go alone: Have at least one partner on ghost hunts. Even if the person doesn't know anything about ghost hunting. This provides a little more safety and also a witness to any strange events that might occur. If you're alone and there's an unforeseen accident or emergency, who will help?

4. NEVER Forget to Carry ID: If the police ever question you about being in a private area, you will need some form of picture identification. Preferably a divers license. They do have the right to ask any citizen for an ID and if you don't have one they also have the right to detain you for questioning.

5. NEVER Forget to tell people where you are: Tell someone where you'll be at and how long you plan on being gone. If you run late in the ghost hunt, call and explain the situation. Never leave friends or loved ones wondering where you are.

6. NEVER Record false equipment readings: Test all of your equipment several times before leaving on an investigation. Replace batteries as needed. Learn to correctly use all of the equipment before even thinking about trying to use them in the field. Remember to take background readings at the site.

7. NEVER Go directly to a site at night: Thoroughly check over the site in the daylight for any dangerous obstacles that may be invisible in the darkness.

8. NEVER Smoke, drink alcohol or use drugs: Don't do anything that will impair your judgment or infect the site's environment. Use common sense.

9. NEVER Wear colognes, after shave, or perfumes: Never wear anything that creates a noticeable odor. The smells may infect other ghost hunter's judgments. The air needs to be clear to detect any abnormal odors. Some outside ghost hunts may require misquote repellants. Use odor free bug sprays. Log their use.

10. NEVER Forget to carry a notebook: Everything needs to be recorded and logged. No detail is too small. Keep lists of events, actions, and times. Record with audio and video if possible.

11. NEVER Forget to wear a watch: This goes along with the Logbook. You can't record times if you don't know what time it is.

12. NEVER Whisper: Always speak clearly, especially if you're recording the ghost hunt. You don't want to later confuse your whispering as something supernatural. If there are ghosts around your voice is not going to scare them off.

13. NEVER Forget to do research and profiles: To many ghost hunters don't do the proper research before going out into the field. What they are failing to understand is that good research will only help them with the possibilities of seeing a ghost.

14. NEVER Use a car's headlights as a main source of light: Sometimes a car's headlights come in handy for setting up campsites or equipment, but don't use them as a long-term light source. You could drain the battery enough that the car will not start.

15. NEVER Try to bring everything: Don't try to carry along every piece of equipment. Just bring the basics and the equipment that you absolutely need. Getting bogged down will only take your attention away from the ghost hunt.

16. NEVER Forget to bring flashlights: Always have plenty of working flashlights. Everyone should have two flashlights on hand.

17. NEVER Forget extra batteries: Know what kind of batteries each piece of equipment takes and how to change them. Always carry extra sets of batteries.

18. NEVER Forget to take lots of pictures: Take as many photographs as you can. That goes the same for video. You can't have enough of either. Just keep an eye on your film supplies. Don't run out before the ghost hunt is over. Always have emergency rolls of film.

19. NEVER Forget to bring food and drinks: It may sound trivial, but you would be surprised how many ghost-hunts have been ruined or have been cut short because of the lack of snacks.

20. NEVER Go into any physically dangerous location: It may be temping to conduct ghost hunts in old condemned buildings or on the edge of a spooky cliff side, but don't do it. The risk is simply not worth it. Also, never go to any place when the weather conditions are bad. Ghost hunts are meant to be fun and it won't be fun if someone gets hurt, has to go to the hospital, or worse.





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