Girls’ Ghost Hunting Guide

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Sourcebooks, Inc., 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages

What was that noise? The cat? The wind?
Little brother stealing a peek at your diary?
Or is it a ghost?

The Girls' Ghost Hunting Guide will help you identify the creepy crawlers from the spooky spirits, the howling winds fromt he haunting phantoms. And with this guide you can learn from real experts how to investigate and contact your very own ghosts!

Everything a girl needs for a night full of fun, including:

• Spooky urban legends to set the mood
• Must-have stuff for your ghost hunting kit
• Pointers for leading the best-ever ghost hunt
• Tips for writing your own ghost
• With fun quizzes, games, recipes, and more!

So gather your friends if they are brave enough, grab a flashlight, and go investigate!

 

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I adore this book to pieces! And not only because it is the cutest pink/black book I have every seen! When I was a kid, I was always so curious about ghosts and always wished to use one of those Ouija ... Read full review

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Book Title: "The Girl’s Ghost Hunting Guide” Author: Stacey Graham Published By: Sourcebooks/Jabberwocky Age Recommended: 10+ Reviewed By: Kitty Bullard Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
A Ghostly History
5
The Ghosts of Goldfish Past
23
Phantom Parties
33
Haunted Objects
47
Making the Dead Speak
61
Investigation Boogie Part 1
81
Investigation Boogie Part 2
109
Conclusion
169
Appendix
171
Acknowledgments
187
Back Cover
189
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About the author (2012)

Stacey Graham (Washington, D.C.) has been a researcher and writer of the paranormal for over twenty years. In addition to being a blogger and short story writer, Graham is also the author of the Girls' Ghost Hunting Guide (Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, 2012) and the Zombie Tarot (Quirk Books, 2012).

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