Many of us have always thought about delving into the paranormal further, and the obvious way to start is by learning how to investigate for supernatural activity. ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Paranormal Investigation’ answers the many questions that budding investigators need to explore before they get started, from the best methods for each location through to the details of the equipment used.
This book isn’t only for those planning to investigate the presence of ghosts, it also instructs the open minded on how to look for UFOs and even seek evidence of cryptozoological species existing in the wild. Paranormal investigation can be a fascinating experience, and it’s important to be clear on the strongest methods to make sure you get the most from your explorations.
This book is aimed at the novice, and it carefully fills beginners in on how to assemble an investigative kit and the best methods for conducting no nonsense hunts and investigations. The book’s authors helpfully recognise the costly nature of paranormal investigation, and the book has an emphasis on the ways to do it successfully on a budget.
The authors belong to Para-Projects and are each experienced paranormal investigators with more than three decades of combined experience, so expect tips and hints that you can only receive from those who have been there and done it all. Engaging charts and illustrations make this book a manual for those exploring the unknown, and they’ll help you on your way to capturing sightings and evidence of paranormal activity on audio, visual and film. Are you ready to stop watching others investigate the paranormal on TV and start yourself? You will be after this read.
Title: A Beginner’s Guide to Paranormal Investigation
Author: Mark Rosney, Rob Bethell & Jebby Robinson
Publisher: Amberley Publishing, The Hill, Merrywalks, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 4EP. Tel. 01453 847823