Mon, 25 February 2008
Fiona explains why hotels are great places for ghost hunting, and describes ghosts at two hotels: The Wentworth Hotel in NH, and the Hotel Monteleone in the French Quarter.
Wentworth-by-the-Sea Hotel, New Castle, New Hampshire
Hotel Monteleone, French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana
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Mon, 18 February 2008
Fiona talks about the differences between haunted places that are good for research, and haunted places where you can help ghosts to "cross over."
Here's the bottom line: If you're in a cemetery or another public, haunted place, you aren't the first person to try to help the ghost you've encountered. You may not even be among the first 100 people who've tried to help them. Cemeteries and frequently visited haunted sites are best for research.
By contrast, you can find success at private residences and businesses if your primary goal is to help spirits trapped on the earthly plane.
Thu, 14 February 2008
Planning a ghost hunt? Here are two important things to think about:
1. Why are you ghost hunting? To help the living, to help ghosts "cross over" or simply for fun/curiosity?
2. Who should you include in your group, and who can have a negative effect on your research?
*Important note: When Fiona talks about cemeteries, no ghost hunter says, "There's nobody there." The issue is about who you can help. Fiona talks about this more in her next Hollow Hill podcast.
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