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!)
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.)
Ghost 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.)
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)