The difference can be how well you prepared for the event.
To get the most from a ghost hunting event, plan ahead. Know exactly where you’re going, what to expect there, who’s speaking and leading investigations or tours, and the locations where you’re most likely to encounter a ghost.
Also prepare as if you’re going on a trip, even if the event is just across town. Check your clothing, your equipment, your batteries, and so on.
I share my best suggestions in my report and worksheet, Ghost Hunting Events – Getting the Most from Them. That’s a free, three-page PDF you can print and read, at home.
(This was the Day 6 treat for Fiona Broome’s “13 Days of Halloween Treats” in 2012.)
Looking for ghost hunting events? Check some of these websites:
Fright Nights (UK)
Ghost Hunt Events (UK)
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