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Haunting Information

Definitions and Classification

Classification of Hauntings

Class One- Random noises such as knocking,rapping,closing of doors, footsteps ect. No manifestation of apparitions.

Class Two- ( In addition to class one attributes) whispering, voices and levitation of objects being touch by unseen hands, disappearance of objects only to be found sometimes later in a different spot. No manifestation of apparitions.

Class Three- (In addition to Class One, Two) unexplainable odors, manipulation of household appliances and electrical devices. No manifestation of apparitions.

Class Four- (In addition Class One through Three) manifestations of apparitions occurs either whole or in part.

Class Five- ( In addition to Classes One through Four) physical / and or mental attacks on human occupants of an area or building.

 

Differences Between an Investigation and a Ghost Hunt

Ghost Investigation: is going to a known/reported haunted place and recording data (video, photos, audio, temperature and any other thing that cannot be explained) notes, interview and other evidence to prove/disprove the haunting. Assist the owner and the spirit in moving on and leaving the place if desired. The assistances can be either you directly assisting the owner in any way that you can with the situation or putting them in contact with an experienced group or individual. Check them out thoroughly before you put the owners in contact with them so they may resolve the situation. Your assistances can be something as simple as educating them on every aspect that will assist them on what is happening and their options.

Ghost Hunt: going to a suspected haunted place trying catch activity on film, video, or as an eyewitness to the activity. Example: house, old buildings, hotels, cemeteries or any number of places to start with ( schools, churchs too)