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No two people go ghost hunting for the exact same reasons.
Many want an answer about ghosts, haunted places, or the afterlife.
Others are eager to see which – if any – movies and TV shows about ghosts are real.
But some are tired of reality. They want to connect with something fantastic, magical, or just plain fresh and different.
When someone new joins us for a ghost investigation, let’s remember that anything extraordinary – even a “good scare” – can provide that momentary escape from reality.
Yes, we know that what we’re encountering is real.
But, especially at Halloween, let’s not spoil the moment for those seeking that once-a-year escape from the burden of headline news and everyday routines.
As long as they seem comfortable (or happily uncomfortable) with their ghost hunting experiences, maybe that’s good enough.
Let them have that moment of escape.
By morning, they’ll be immersed in life’s realities, but smile as they remember their brush with the unknown.
And we’ll be planning our next investigations.