Free Downloads

The following are some of my free downloads, plus a few handouts from past events. (All files are at Google Drive. Most files are PDFs.)

OLD, BUT STILL AVAILABLE

ghostbatFree Ghost Hunting Course Certificate – for those who complete my free course, currently being updated.

UPDATED

Baseline Yourself for Successful Ghost Hunting – Instructions and a chart to use before and during investigations.

Evaluating Famous Haunts – How to decide whether a famous location is worth investigating.

Evaluating Famous Haunts – Worksheet – A printable worksheet. (Goes with the above report.)

Everyday Ghost Hunting – Tips and a Mindmap. (The mindmap is best on a sheet of paper that’s 8.5″ x 14″ or so.) Related article: Everyday Ghost Hunting.

ghostly scene with trees and a moonGhost Hunting & Tragedy – Connections between ghosts and past events.

Getting the Most from Ghost Hunting Events – Preparing for the best investigations and fun.

Ghost Hunting Then & Now – An overview of ghost hunting history. (Originally from a Dragon Con handout)

Halloween Checklist – Get the most from your Halloween investigations.

Presentations – How to Organize Your Ghost Hunting Talks – If you speaking at an event, to a club, or to a library audience, use this checklist to look and sound professional.

When to Go Ghost Hunting – Worksheet – A place to note times and days that may be best for research, as well as some suggested triggers. (Added Nov 2017) Related article and video: When to Go Ghost Hunting.

When to Go Ghost Hunting – Worksheet Instructions – Tips to get the most from the When to Go Ghost Hunting Worksheet. (Added Nov 2017)

When to Go Ghost Hunting (Using Folklore) – General advice, and an old-school method involving “planetary hours.” (I’m not sure that it works. I share it for those who like to explore the fringes of paranormal research, and old-school approaches that may not improve your results.)

MISC CHARTS

Pendulum Chart – Numbers – If you’re using a pendulum and want a numeric answer (like “how old are you?” or “when were you born?”), this chart can help.

Pendulum Chart – Yes/No – If you’re using a pendulum and looking for a yes, no, or maybe answer, use this chart.

JUST FOR FUN

These are updated handouts from my Dragon Con presentations around 2008 – 2010. Each was in the context of a sci-fi or fantasy TV series. Of course, those shows were fictional, but some elements could be used for real research.

My presentations and these handouts were not entirely serious. Many were in a “let’s pretend” context that my audience understood. So, don’t think I go around looking for alien rifts or all-powerful artifacts. I don’t. (Dial these concepts down by about 90%, and that’s closer to my actual research.)

Homegrown Patterns (Dragon Con presentation) – Looking for patterns in news reports. An overview for people who enjoy conspiracy theories. (This referenced the TV series, Rubicon.)

Torchwood Notes (Dragon Con presentation) – I’m still a big fan of Torchwood. This handout is a crash course in identifying patterns related to UFOs and aliens.

Warehouse 13 Notes (Dragon Con presentation) – This handout talks about finding powerful and haunted objects, and related artifacts. It’s somewhat tongue-in-cheek, but the basic concepts are a core part of my paranormal research.

NEED TO BE UPDATED (linked items are still available for download, but not necessarily current advice)

  • Cemetery Pre-Research – What to do before the main investigation at any cemetery.
  • Haunted Cemeteries Mindmap – What to think about, choosing and investigating haunted cemeteries.
  • Fiona’s Field Guide to Entities and How They Manifest
  • Ghosts and Unplanned Provoking
  • Is Your House Haunted? – A brief checklist of things that can seem like ghosts… but they’re not. (This will be replaced in late 2017 or early 2018, when I publish an updated version of the related book.)
  • Ley Lines Mindmap – Things I consider when I plot ley lines for paranormal research. (Only for advanced researchers. This may be too confusing to leave online; for now, I’m undecided.)
  • Ley Lines of Atlanta (and other ley line maps)

7 thoughts on “Free Downloads”

  1. welcome back, Fiona. I’ve missed you. with the earth dying and all the countries suffering from so many disasters our time is short. I can feel it. The spirits can too and are in a flurry.I
    have often asked myself where will we all go once we are all back together again. That will be the greatest adventure of all. I think many are looking forward to that time.Surprising how many are taking this upcoming extinction so peacefully. Now to get back to your new goodies. no more boredom for this gal.

  2. FYI – someone mentioned “Quantum Leap’ on my facebook page some time ago and there you popped up. That blew my mind. I still haven’t figured that one out. had to have been a spirit bringing you to mind. I truly thank them!

    1. crystal, I apologize for not realizing this page needed a correction.

      My author site — where the freebie links are — is being redesigned. Until that’s completed, all of the free downloads are still available. Visit my freebies page at FionaBroome.com for the links.

      Thanks for bringing this to my attention.

      Sincerely, Fiona Broome

    1. Thank you! There will be a lot more, soon. The video learning curve was a little daunting, but worthwhile. (I am still learning, but improving quickly.) My next project: update the free ghost hunting course, with videos & downloads.

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