Everything you have ever wanted to know about ghosts but didn’t want to ask. Ghosts: A bit of a strange topic. But if you have picked up this book it is because you believe there is more to life (and death) than the things we can see, or the things that can be proven by science. Over the... read more
This book covers a lot of information about ghosts and ghost stories. It explains the different types of beings that can haunt a house and how those different types of spirits and poltergeists came to be in the house they haunt. There is also extensive information about how to hunt for... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
This book covers a lot of information about ghosts and ghost stories. It explains the different types of beings that can haunt a house and how those different types of spirits and poltergeists came to be in the house they haunt. There is also extensive information about how to hunt for ghosts, how to live with ghosts and what to do about getting rid of one if you need to.
“Ghosts can be experienced on a multi-sensory level. While you might not be able to see a ghostly presence, you may be able to feel a slight chill pass across your skin; a prickling on the back of your neck; strange noises and things that go bump in the night; or even walk into an empty room and smell a foreign scent such as flowers, or the whisper of a long ago smoked cigar. All of these events can be indicative of a ghostly presence and many of these events can be captured using audio and videotaping, or electrical energy readers. As our technology increases, so does our ability to sense those things around us that are not always visible.”
“Pets such as dogs and cats are very good at picking up ghosts in a room. Just the other night my old faithful hound woke immediately from a deep sleep and started staring at a corner in the room. I couldn’t see anything but as my dog remained intent on what only she could see, I felt a bit of a breeze on my arm, and then an unmistakable tingle on the back of my neck. We had ghostly visitors.”
“Don’t be discouraged if you pick up a reading from both the temperature gauge and the EMF indicating a ghost one minute, only to find that the readings are normal the next. Ghosts don’t inhabit a whole room and they are very capable of moving out of the way once they have detected your presence. If you find your readings are short-lived, try moving the equipment slowly around the room until you pick up the presence again.”
Chapter One: What is a Ghost?
Chapter Two: What is a Haunting?
Chapter Three: Detecting Ghosts
Chapter Four: Communicating with Ghosts
Chapter Five – Interacting with Ghosts – Do’s and Don’ts
Chapter Six – Ghosts at home
Ghost Hunting Tips
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