When is the best time to go ghost hunting?
Many researchers prefer to investigate after dark.
Are ghosts more active at night? I’m not sure. Maybe the darkness makes it easier for us to notice them. After all, in the dark, we have fewer visual distractions.
For me, it’s more important to investigate at anniversaries. They’re the dates when someone at that site died, or married, or something significant happened. (Birthdays can be surprisingly good days for ghost hunting, too.)
This video shares more about the best times — days and hours — for ghost hunting.
Of course, your results may be different. If you have suggestions, I hope you’ll share them with Hollow Hill readers. Leave your comments (and questions) at this site.
I’ve created a When to Go Ghost Hunting Worksheet, as well as an instruction sheet for using it.
The worksheet includes more than just times and days. I’ve also added lines for possible triggers that may improve your research results.
The worksheet instructions feature even more suggestions related to research, era cues, and other ways to enhance your investigations, specific to each location.
Here are the PDF links (on Google Drive):
When to Go Ghost Hunting – Worksheet / https://drive.google.com/open?id=1_HSWKNTnx8bFmS7r7lFNtAz9YJH9Izh0
When to Go Ghost Hunting – Worksheet Instructions / https://drive.google.com/open?id=111_cv7Xzo0CaH2TI2NEzYpvp9jMpPZfp