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Ghost Hunting Kit

Updated on May 9, 2011
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Ghost Hunting

If you have an interest in ghosts and paranormal, you may be interested in ghost hunting. It's a pretty simple if you've got a group of people who all share the same interest. Now, granted ghost hunting will work better if you have a psychic to help you sense paranormal activity and beings. At times, you may even consider a Clergy Man so to bless the area against demons, poltergeists, and other negative energies, depending on where you are hunting.

A typical ghost hunting group will include a group of 4 to 8 people that will work as team to collect evidence of paranormal activity. But, that doesn't mean that you and a few friends can't go to the local church and check out the paranormal activity that surrounds the area.

The easiest way to have a successful ghost hunting outting, make sure that you have the right ghost hunting equipment, such as EMF meters, digital thermometers, infrared and night vision still and video cameras, and even a laptop.

If you're lucky, you just may find a few areas with paranormal activity throughout them.

The best places to check are older historic buildings and homes.

Ghust Hunting Equipment

  • Still and video cameras - Infrared, digital, night vision, and even disposable cameras are great for capturing visuals such as orbs, mist, apparition, and ectoplasm.
  • EMF measurement - electromagnetic field meters help detect possible unexplained magnetic fields.
  • Temperature measurement - Infrared and thermal sensors to detect changes in the environment, such as cold spots that some believe accompnay paranormal activity.
  • Digital and analog audio recorders - Capture anomalous sounds, such as voices, that may be interpreted as attempts of communication by paranormal entities.
  • Geiger counter - Measure changes in radiation that may account for a disturbance in spiritual energy.
  • Ion Meters - Detect excess of negative ions that may be associated with paranormal activity.
  • Infrared and/or ultrasonic motion sensor - Measure anomalous movement within an area
  • Air quality monitoring equipment - Measure the level of gases that may contribute to paranormal activity.
  • Infrasound monitoring equipment - Measure the sound vibrations in an area contributing paranormal activity.

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    • goody7 profile image

      goody7 

      7 years ago from over there under the sycamore tree

      If a kit was ever needed for something, then I would think it would be for a ghost. I'm truly fascinated by this topic, and I really enjoyed this hub. There really is a whole lot to learn, when it comes to ghost. I put a link from my ghostly hub to yours, which should help increase traffic for this topic. I hope that's okay with you, and if not, just please let me know and I will remove it at your request. Keep on hubbing

    • white atlantic profile image

      white atlantic 

      9 years ago from INDIA

      nice work.....but i didnt believe ur concepts

    • christine almaraz profile image

      christine almaraz 

      9 years ago from colorado springs

      very good hub. i'm addicted to Ghosthunter's and Most Haunted. Although I wouldn't go ghost hunting myself, your hub is a great start for someone who would.

    • Erinn Soule profile image

      Erinn Soule 

      9 years ago from Los Angeles

      Great hub! I just went through this myself and wish i would have read this first! I always enjoy reading your hub :)

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