Free Resources

The following are my free resources for ghost hunters and paranormal investigators:

Worksheets & Printables

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.)

(If a download link doesn’t work, leave a comment. My team will fix it as soon as they can. Thanks!)


  • 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.


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 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)


Fiona Broome’s Hollow Hill podcasts are free, short (usually under 15 minutes). They cover a variety of topics including the nuts & bolts of ghost hunting, as well as Fiona Broome’s favorite haunted places.

Here’s the current list: (First date is when the podcast was recorded. Second is when it was re-released.)

    • Some Ghosts of New Orleans  (Oct 2006 / Dec 2017) – Fiona describes ghosts she’s encountered in New Orleans’ French Quarter.
    • Ghost Hunting without Equipment (Nov 2009 / Nov 2017) – Advice (and a slight rant) about ghost hunting equipment, and how to investigate without it.
    • Ghost Hunting – Keeping Tragedy in Context (Oct 2012 / Oct 2017) – What seems truly terrible now, may not have been so shocking in the past.
    • Baseline Yourself for Ghost Hunting (Oct 2012 / Oct 2017) – Tips and a free worksheet to better evaluate a ghost’s influence on you.


  • Where to find Fiona Broome’s Hollow Hill podcasts about ghosts and haunted places:
    • Search posts in the Podcasts category. (That’s also in the Topics drop-down menu.)
    • Visit the Hollow Hill podcasts page at Libsyn, for the newest (and restored) podcasts, as they’re added.

    Use the search form at this website, and enter a word or phrase (or location) that interests you, plus the word “podcast.”

    More of Fiona’s ghost hunting podcasts: Fiona also records podcasts and videos related to her website, and her free ghost hunting courses.

  • About the podcasts
    ghostbatFiona Broome has been recording ghost-related podcasts since 2006.  (As a result, the content of some may now be outdated, and the sound quality has improved as technology has.) Fiona’s podcasts are hosted by Her podcast webpage is You can listen to Fiona’s podcasts online or on any MP3 player.