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10 (11 Commandments) of a Successful Investigation

Every ghost-hunting group should have a set of bylaws by which it operates, and these should be written down, agreed to, and pledged to by every member of the group. Yes, these investigations can be fun, but they must also be taken seriously and handled professionally — especially when the investigation is in someone’s home. […]

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Not our options but thoughts being given

It seems that ghost hunting has become quite a popular endeavor over the last several decades. Whether it be a historic location, public venue or a private residence, what could be more exciting than going to a supposed haunted locations to seek out the paranormal? Some people say cemeteries are very notorious for sightings of spirits, […]

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Slim lining Information

Due to numerous issues with certain vendors , paranormal groups and so-called friends of this site and GhostLand Society, we have decided to remove our links leading to those sites. We are more than happy to respond to requests about “Where to find” questions but we will no longer promote on our webpage.

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Helpful Hints on a smoother Investigation

Don’t just do night investigations. Night is great for infrared cameras and getting audio recordings (because places are typically quieter), but early morning can be just as good for ghost hunting, and less scary. Have multiple digital voice recorders. Most of the ghost teams use multiple recorders, each placed in various locations. Bring lots of […]

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Ouija Board

Have a Ouija board you want to get rid of? We have been asked numerous times on the proper way of  disposal of the Ouija Board and our answer has always been, remove it from the property and on November 21-22nd 2014 we had the privilege of meeting Robert Murch. Robert is a leading expert […]

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