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Every day, you may go past haunted sites and not see the ghosts in them.
That’s because most people think ghosts only appear at night.
Some ghosts are just as visible (or even easier to see) in the daytime.
Sure, most ghost hunters prefer to investigate in the dark. You’ll have fewer visual distractions.
But… what would limit a ghost to nightly appearances? Really, where else would they go?
Try a few casual daytime investigations before work or school, or on your way home. (I always recommend a daylight visit before a formal investigation, anyway.)
Look carefully at everything around you. Check for anything odd or unexpected: a strange shadow, an unexplained flicker of light, and so on.
If you use ghost hunting tools, bring them with you. EMF surges and EVP are just as likely during the day as after dark.
Limiting yourself to nighttime investigations reduces your opportunities by 50%.
Give daytime ghost hunting a try. What you encounter may surprise you.
Related article: Ghost Hunting in Daylight, with tips and one of my more memorable experiences.