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Do you want to go ghost hunting? Not sure where to start, and if you need ghost hunting equipment?

You’ll find answers here.

This site contains over 400 articles with tips for ghost hunters, and true stories about haunted places you can visit.

If you’re a ghost hunter – or would like to be one – you’ll discover:

  • How beginners can find haunted places that are free and open to the public.
  • Why you don’t need any ghost hunting equipment. Your five (or six) senses may be more powerful than you’ve realized.
  • If you do want to use ghost hunting equipment, Fiona shares tips for getting the best deals, and how to get the most from EMF meters, etc.
  • Are you a pro? Fiona shares what she’s learned as a location scout, so you can find off-the-beaten-path sites to investigate, too.

Are you an “armchair ghost hunter”? If so, you’ll find plenty of case studies here. They’re Fiona’s reports from specific, haunted locations – mostly in the U.S. and the U.K. They’re filled with insights if you want to explore those sites, yourself, too.

To get started, use the Search form in the sidebar. You can enter key words like “find” or “Gilson Road” or “cameras” or “Most Haunted.”

Then, you’ll see a list of articles that might interest you.

They might include 13 Ways to Find a Haunted House, or Can a Ghost Read Your Mind?, or even Ghosts of the Spalding Inn, the hotel once owned by Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson, and their families.

Do you wonder why people go ghost hunting? Watch this video to learn more.

Why Ghost Hunting – Hollow Hill

Why do people go ghost hunting? Are they “hunting” ghosts like people hunt animals…?In this video, Fiona Broome explains that ghost hunters are hunting for…

Here is the text of that video:

Ghost hunting is a deeply personal adventure. It’s about meaning and survival.

Ghost hunting affirms that our lives mean something. It’s proof that death is not a final door, irrevocably slammed shut.

As ghost hunters, we explore a history far beyond mere names and dates on a headstone. We discover the rich emotions and experiences that connect past, present, and future.

Of course, it’s not all serious.

Sometimes, we find a thread and pull it, just to see where it leads. Maybe it takes us somewhere. Maybe it doesn’t. Either way, it’s fun and it can be fascinating.

To be part of the ghost hunting adventure, we must increase our awareness and trust our senses. We leave the comfort and safety of being an observer. We immerse ourselves in the experience.

This site isn’t just about ghost hunting. It’s about the adventure of encountering ghosts, and ways to make paranormal research more interesting, with more satisfying results.

Additional Resources

More ghost hunting videos: Fiona Broome’s YouTube Channel

A few of Fiona’s answers to questions about ghosts & haunted places: (Most are now in her book, 101 Ghost Hunting Questions, Answered.)

Fiona’s free ghost hunting courses: Hallowfields, the ghost hunting academy

Free ghost hunting worksheets: Free Resources

Fiona’s blog: