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Have you read Ghost Hunting in Haunted Cemeteries?
Years ago, it was my original book about finding the best haunted graves (and graveyards), and where to find the most ghosts.
Since then, I’ve updated and expanded it with new, additional information.
Today, many ghost hunters are mindful of health and safety issues, including social distancing (a challenge in the dark) and dust from deadly rodent droppings (which has killed at least one ghost hunter).
We’re also mindful of predators tagging along, taking advantage of the darkness in confined spaces.
That’s why cemeteries and graveyards are among many ghost hunters’ favorite investigation sites.
You won’t find ghosts at every burial site. In fact, some of the best graveyard-related hauntings aren’t the graves… but they are nearby. (You may not need to enter the graveyard at all.)
At older burial sites, you may find ghosts at unmarked graves… or at their discarded memorials. (I explain that in the book.)
Click the book cover (or this link) for more information.
If you’d just like to pick up a few extra tips about investigating graveyards and burial sites, see these related articles.
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