Ghost Hunting? Start Here

As a professional ghost hunter, I have learned a few things over the years about what NOT to do while out on a hunt. These are some of the most important mistakes to avoid if you want to have a successful and safe ghost hunting experience.

  1. Don’t go into a location without proper permission. Not only is it illegal to enter someone’s property without their consent, but it can also be dangerous. The location you are investigating may have unstable structures or other hazards that you are not aware of. Always make sure you have the proper authorization before entering any location.
  2. Don’t rely solely on technology. While technology can be a useful tool in ghost hunting, it should not be the only method you use. Many ghostly phenomena cannot be detected by technology, and relying solely on it may lead you to miss important evidence.
  3. Don’t go into a location alone. Ghost hunting can be a thrilling experience, but it can also be dangerous if you are not careful. It is always a good idea to have at least one other person with you to provide support and backup.
  4. Don’t go into a location with preconceived notions. It is important to remain open-minded and objective while investigating a location. If you go in with the belief that you will find a ghost, you may be more likely to see or hear things that aren’t really there.
  5. Don’t ignore your instincts. If something doesn’t feel right, it’s probably best to leave the location. Trust your gut and prioritize your safety above all else.

By following these guidelines, you can help ensure that your ghost hunting experience is both successful and safe. Remember, the most important thing is to approach each investigation with an open mind and to always prioritize your safety. Happy hunting!