Cemeteries, abandoned asylums, prisons, ships, hospitals, battlefields, caves, mines, office buildings, and homes are the sites of paranormal occurrences in this collection of stories from a ghost hunter by trade. Beginning with a childhood spent in a haunted house, this personal account includes episodes from traveling and exploring haunted places, including stories of hearing disembodied voices, watching balls of dancing light, and being physically injured by spirits. The stories are corroborated by other participants in the ghost hunts as well as photographs. Guidelines for aspiring ghost hunters and tips for capturing apparitions on film are included.
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About the Author
Kriss Stephens lives in the New Orleans area. When not investigating hauntings for her next book or speaking at conferences, she can be found in the woods looking for her latest obsession; bigfoot. Learn more at Kriss’s website, ghoststudies.com or on paranormal.com.
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Fear: A Ghost Hunter's Story based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This book is very informative if you are interested in ghost hunting, although some of the places are so scary that it might make you change your mind. I have recommended this book to my friends and I recommend it to anyone who likes to read about ghosts. The pictures are great and I like that there are plenty of them to go along with the stories.