Frankly, it’s difficult to find ghosts if you don’t know where to look.
In this 22-minute podcast, I explain steps I take long before visiting a haunted cemetery.
- Discover local resources for cemetery history and local stories, including one resource that has nothing to do with history.
- If one person’s grave is supposed to be haunted, where to learn about other bodies hidden in that grave.
- Why your most important investigation breakthroughs can emerge from what people don’t say.
- And, as always, look for what’s odd. (And then, if it’s a statue, check what the figure is looking at.)
I’ve also created a three-page report (based on my podcast) and a worksheet to use to get the most from your pre-visit cemetery research. I’ve included links to 10 of the most useful websites, if you’re investigating haunted cemeteries.
My worksheets are released under a Creative Commons license, so you can share them with your friends and research team.
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