Ghost Hunting in Haunted Cemeteries – A How-To Guide has been one of my best-selling books.
Based on feedback from yesterday’s mindmap (Ley Lines for Ghost Hunters MindMap), I’ve created another printable (JPG) mindmap.
This one covers some (not all) of the information in my haunted cemeteries book.
The basic steps for ghost hunting in truly haunted cemeteries are:
- Find nearby cemeteries.
- Choose one based on simple but reasonably reliable criteria.
- Evaluate the cemetery.
- Evaluate the graves.
- Glean history and significance from the grave markers.
- Use off-site resources to verify and explore the history.
(My Ghost Hunting in Haunted Cemeteries book explains the steps, in more detail. Your public library may already own a copy of the book.)
Of course, investigating the cemetery — several times, if you can — is part of this. Usually, the first visit will be between steps 3 and 4.
And, debunking and confirming anomalies is an equally important part, after any investigations turn up possible evidence of ghosts and hauntings.
I hope this mindmap is useful for you. If you’d like more mindmaps like this and yesterday’s, let me know. I created yesterday’s on a whim, and the positive feedback was a surprise.
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