101 Ways to Find a Ghost: Essential Tools, Tips, and Techniques to Uncover Paranormal Activity

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Adams Media, Aug 18, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 256 pages
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"A proven investigator in her own right, Melissa offers the novice those needed insights and suggestions only hands-on experience can give you."
--Andrew Laird, Founder, The Rhode Island Paranormal Research Group

Ghost-hunting expert Melissa Martin Ellis has seen, felt, and sensed it all. And now, thanks to this guide, you too can part the veil between us and the mysterious world on the other side.

Whether you want to track down and record spirits or you're just intrigued as to whether or not these phantasms really do exist, Ellis will guide your exploration of paranormal activity. It's easier than ever to detect and even communicate with ghosts...if you're prepared for what you may find.

 

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Contents

Be Prepared Things to Keep in Mind
1
Ghosts Spirits and Entities Haunts and Hotspots
23
In The Field Practical Skills and Work on Location
41
Analysis and Review of Evidence
67
Psychic Skills Sensitive To The Supernatural
81
SelfDefense and Protection
95
Investigative Work Research and Legalities
123
Gear and Technology
153
Teamwork
179
Ghost Hunting As A Hobby or Profession
195
Most Haunted Sites in America
213
Famous Ghosts
217
Glossary
221
Bibliography
231
Index
235
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Melissa Martin Ellis is a member of the Rhode Island Paranormal Research Group and the American Association of Electronic Voice Phenomena. She has captured mysterious images on film in various locales around New England, including orbs floating above the murder scene in Lizzie Borden's home in Fall River, MA. She lives in Newport, RI.

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