The Master Ghost Hunter

A dapper figure - gold-rimmed pince-nez, scarlet-lined cloak, silver-knobbed cane - Elliott O'Donnell was the world-famed prince of ghost hunters.

Author: Richard Whittington-Egan


ISBN: 1911273175


Page: 362

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A dapper figure - gold-rimmed pince-nez, scarlet-lined cloak, silver-knobbed cane - Elliott O'Donnell was the world-famed prince of ghost hunters. His life spanned 93 years, 1872-1965. He remembered Jack the Ripper, the ghost of whose victims he sought, and Kate Webster, the savage Irish cook of Richmond, who slaughtered her mistress, Mrs Julia Thomas, and boiled her head up in a saucepan. Other phantoms ranged from poltergeist, weird box-headed elemental spirits with eyes that glowed like yellow moons, sweet-visaged old ladies in bonnets and crinolines, to an evil Dublin ghost that tried to strangle him. He hunted the haunted and the haunters throughout England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Further afield, he came face to face with a supernatural horrors in New York, and San Francisco, and we accompany him on a horse-ridden expedition into the heart of a haunted American forest.

The ABC s of Ghost Hunting

This book was written for someone new in this exciting field of study. In the course of this book, I shall talk about the types of equipment and tools used in ghost hunting.

Author: Dave Oester

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1503320073


Page: 82

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I am a Master Ghost Hunter with twenty-four years of experience and head of the huge International Ghost Hunters Society (IGHS) established in 1996. This book was written for someone new in this exciting field of study. In the course of this book, I shall talk about the types of equipment and tools used in ghost hunting. The new ghost hunter should be caveat emptor, Latin for "Let the Buyer Beware," as the tools you see on the TV versions, from Geiger Counters, to carrying axes for protection, is about hype and not about reality. I will share with the reader all that I have learned from my 1,500 investigations. I will expose the hype, the myths, and the hoaxes in ghost hunting.

Substitute Ghost Hunter

"Master, how many times do you think I am now?" I asked Gui Feng Zi curiously. Gui Feng Zi stopped and turned his head to look at me. He smiled and said, "You destroyed a few wild ghosts before. You can just barely be counted as Daoist ...

Author: Ye XiaoZi

Publisher: Funstory

ISBN: 9781636453569

Category: Fiction


View: 396


The same was true for terrifying humor. Different methods used to catch ghosts were the same. My name is Bao Yang, a legend with a rooster and a ghost.

Ghost Hunter s Guide to Los Angeles

Visitors who are fortunate enough to have quiet moments alone in the master bedroom have ... While visiting the Avila Adobe , ghost hunters might encounter paranormal activity at the Sepulveda House ( 1887 ) , the large wooden cross at ...

Author: Jeff Dwyer

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1455604895

Category: Travel

Page: 240

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The renowned paranormal investigator and ghost hunter shows tourists, residents, and even nonbelievers where to encounter spirits in the City of Angels. As useful to the paranormally curious as to locals and adventurers seeking new and unusual spots, Ghost Hunter’s Guide to Los Angeles shows you how and where to seek out the supernatural in Los Angeles and surrounding areas—from Hollywood to Long Beach as well as destinations in nearby San Diego and Santa Barbara. Suggested stops include familiar locations such as Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Catalina Island, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, Lookout Mountain, and missions like Mission San Juan Capistrano, Mission San Buena Ventura, and more. Many other suggested adventures refer to sights where ghosts of movie stars like Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery Clift, and Howard Hughes have been seen. There are also numerous anecdotes and leads for exploring more obscure supernatural entities like the “murdered waitress,” the “ghost protester,” “indigenous ghosts,” and many other seemingly anonymous spirits around the Los Angeles area. The appendix is full of references for further exploration, including a list of local ghost tours, historical societies and museums, and an exhaustive list of suggested books, Internet resources, films, and national organizations relating to ghostly communications. A handy sighting report form is included to assist witnesses in the case of an encounter. “Jeff Dwyer has done it again. Easily one of the best Ghost Story writers working today. You will never look at the City of Angels the same way.” —Ray Couch, Southern Ghosts

Ghost Hunter Blood Ties

Ghost Hunter Series Book III Martin J. Best. surprise as Mal and Teena burst in. “What's going on Dad? ... The ghost hunters waited as Charles carefully opened the door, and crept into the master bedroom. He emerged a few seconds later.

Author: Martin J. Best

Publisher: Martin J. Best

ISBN: 9781974607181

Category: Fiction

Page: 215

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Featuring a forward by the Queen of Occult Horror, Sarah E. England. Relentless paranormal investigator Malachi Hunter and his team are back in Book Four of the Ghost Hunter Series. Hopefully your sixth sense has prepared you for the ghastly, supernatural terror which is to come in this installment! Mild-mannered Charles Chandler is all set to enjoy a well-earned early retirement with his family. However, after they relocate to a new residence, eerie and frightening things begin to take place in their home. A terrified Charles reaches out to Mal, and the hunt begins. Although - who is actually the one being hunted this time around? At the same time, a fresh band of ruthless occultists have their sights set on a familiar yet deadly target. They are determined to capture and subjugate Camulos, the Celtic God of Warfare. The callous group will soon find themselves on a direct collision course with Mal and his exceptional team. A terrifying supernatural and hard fantasy encounter which is bound to produce some very nasty results. However, who will ultimately prevail? Mal and his team may be in well over their heads this time. Come join them on their journey and be sure not to miss the other chilling titles in the Ghost Hunter Series! The Novice Ghost Hunter Ghost Hunter: A Matter of Faith Ghost Hunter: Of Gods and Ghosts Ghost Hunter: Remnants and Revenants Ghost Hunter: Pariahs

God Of Slaughter 8 Anthology

'Is that our Master Ghost Hunter? ... Werther had followed Ghost Hunter for around ten years. In his eyes, Ghost Hunter was mighty and bloodthirsty, who would never bow to anybody, including the Chief of Brutal Dragon Tribe.

Author: Ni Cang Tian


ISBN: 9787999095354

Category: Fiction


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Growing up parentless, Shi Yan, who was left with a large amount of inheritance money, bore a general disinterest in life. The only times he felt alive was when adrenaline coursed thorough his veins. He quickly found that extreme sports, bungyjumping, cave diving & skydiving, gave him the biggest kicks. The bigger the adrenaline kick, the closer he was to death, the more alive he felt. Waking up in a pile of dead bodies in an unknown land, after a diving adventure had ended disastrously, he quickly realizes the body he now possessed was not his own. Follow Shi Yan as he explores this new world where danger lurks around every corner, and death is only a breath away; a world in which Shi Yan could not feel any more alive.

Ghost Hunter s Casebook

In this version, a Longleat lackey suggested to his master that the footman knew more of Louise than was proper; at this the master flew into a ... There is an interesting postscript to this story that the 184 Ghost-Hunter's Casebook.

Author: Bowen Pearse

Publisher: The History Press

ISBN: 9780752474120

Category: History

Page: 192

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Andrew Green was for sixty years one of Britain's most active and best-known ghost-hunters. The Daily Telegraph famously christened him 'the Spectre Inspector'. The author of best-sellers such as 'Our Haunted Kingdom' and 'Ghost Hunting, a Practical Guide', he investigated hundreds of reported hauntings during his career, from famous cases such as 'the poltergeist girl of Battersea' to cases where a client had simply taken the wrong medication before bed. His interest in the supernatural began on a summer's day in 1944. As he explored the roof of a haunted house, a compulsion suddently gripped him - 'Walk over the edge', it urged. Only his father's intervention saved him; he later discovered that several other visitors had not been as fortunate. This experience resulted in a life-long fascination with the paranormal, and the most important cases from his lifetime of research are collected together in this volume - alongside new research and many reports that have never previously been published. This is an essential guide to the career of Britain's most famous ghost-hunter, and indeed to the paranormal history of 'our haunted kingdom'.

The Ghost Hunter s Guide

The fencing master sat up next night and heard the same noises and saw a kind of black cloud floating on the surface of the pond . ... These are just a few ideas for potential ghost hunters in Australasia and the Far East .

Author: Peter Underwood

Publisher: Peter Underwood


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 222

View: 332


What are the qualities which make an ideal ghost hunter? You need to be part detective, part investigative reporter, a scientist, with a measure of the psychologist thrown in… In this book, which is the first real guide to the hunting of ghosts, Peter Underwood manages to cover just about eery aspect of this intriguing and mystifying subject. Starting from an explanation of the various kinds of ghosts, various kinds of hauntings and the many types of location in which ghosts, poltergeists and associated phenomena occur. He examines in detail methods of investigation, the use of specialist equipment, including a special section on the photography of ghosts, and the associated questionnaires and documentation needed in order to carry out a bona fide and exhaustive research into the haunting. At this point he takes the reader through a step-by-step investigation of a haunting, bringing in the above specialist equipment and paying particular attention to the singular problems associated with poltergeists. Then, having learned the lessons, he looks at aspects of ghost hunting in Britain, Europe, North America, Australasia and the Far East, ending up with a calendar of ghosts and their hauntings. The author's authority and specialist knowledge in this subject makes The Ghost Hunter's Guide a unique and important book in the investigation of those phenomena which we cannot yet fully explain.

Ghost Hunter s Guide to Portland and the Oregon Coast

In addition to the spirits of McLoughlin and his wife, ghosts may be found here that were “created” when the place was a ... An apparition, unmistakably identified as McLoughlin, has been seen sitting on the bed in the master bedroom.

Author: Jeff Dwyer

Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company

ISBN: 9781455621170



View: 326


Ghosts and spirits abound in western Oregon. The imprints of pioneers, soldiers, prostitutes, and murder victims haunt the places they trod in life, searching for loved ones, reliving joyful times, protecting favorite haunts, and seeking revenge. This guide, history, and comprehensive how-to offers tantalizing information about the lives, deaths, and locales of the Portland area's lingering past. Areas include Central Portland, East Portland communities, Vancouver and North Portland, communities south of Portland, and Oregon's coastal communities. The infamous Shanghai Tunnels have long reverberated with the screams of kidnapped victims, doomed to a brief life of forced servitude. Lone Fir Cemetery is visited to this day by the spirits of the Chinese laborers, mental asylum inmates, and Civil War veterans who rest there. Thelma Taylor can sometimes be felt in Cathedral Park, under the St. John Bridge. Historical hotels still host the spirits of guests who died, sometimes by their own hand. Opera houses and ballrooms tell a happier story: the imprints left by decades of entertainment and energy can be felt even now. These sites, and many others, are vividly described, and entries include locations and contact information. Informative sections cover what a ghost is, how it can manifest, ideal ghost sighting conditions, and types of imprints. Techniques included are preliminary historical research, physical and mental preparation, and the two primary schools of ghost hunting: the technical and psychic methods. The technical method section covers equipment use and suggestions, and the psychic method section discusses using your intuition and sensitivity to sense phenomena. Helpful appendixes include a sighting report form; suggested readings, videos, and websites; a list of tours and events; and a collection of area museums and historical societies.

Ghost Hunter

The House Ghost of Bergenville ABOUT A YEAR AGO, Mrs. Ethel Meyers, who has frequently accompanied me on ghost-hunting expeditions, heard from friends living in Bergen County, New Jersey, about some unusual happenings at their very old ...

Author: Hans Holzer

Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing

ISBN: 9781787203174

Category: Fiction

Page: 156

View: 342


Originally published in 1963, this is a collection of true, authenticated accounts of experiences with “living” ghosts, written and compiled by the nationally recognized authority on psychic phenomena, Hans Holzer. This is a fascinating, astounding collection of the weird and inexplicable, including reports on: —The after-death messages from murdered financier Serge Rubinstein —The Bank Street ghost, discovered by a New York Times reporter —The falling mural of Artist John La Farge —The rendezvous with Houdini Fully documented reports of events guaranteed to confound the believer and non-believer alike...Occurrences in the realm of psychic phenomena that defy the laws of nature! UNBELIEVABLE YET TRUE... “True stories of ghosts and poltergeists...not the figment of the author’s imagination.”—Nashville Banner “Unusual reading.”—Camden Courier-Post “If your interest has come to the advanced stage of scientific investigation of the occult, this book is your meat.”—Sacramento Union “Fascinating reading...”—The Hollywood Reporter “Enthralling...guaranteed to amuse, amaze, baffle and entertain.”—Appleton Post Crescent “Packed with spine-tingling stories.”—San Francisco Call Bulletin