Haunted cemeteries can be powerful, intriguing, and sometimes scary ghost hunting sites. According to author Fiona Broome, about one in five cemeteries has ghostly energy or some baffling anomaly.
In addition, a haunted cemetery can offer multiple research opportunities.
For example, many haunted cemeteries have at least three “hot spots.”
The cemetery entrance can be littered with spirits. Some refused to enter the cemetery, but had no idea where to go, next.
Immediately outside the cemetery, you may find haunted graves in unconsecrated or unhallowed ground. (”Unconsecrated” and “unhallowed” have similar meanings. Those areas were not blessed by the clergy, and were not dedicated for Christian burials.)
Inside the cemetery, you’ll find at least one area with a haunted reputation.
Those are three opportunities for successful ghost investigations, at just one cemetery.
In almost every community, at least one cemetery is worth investigating. Most cemeteries are easy to access and cost nothing to explore.
This book explains how to find cemeteries in your area, no matter where you are. If you’d like to investigate ghosts at off-the-beaten-path cemeteries, and sites that other ghost hunters overlook, start with this book.
No matter what your level of expertise, cemeteries can provide memorable ghostly encounters.
This is the second book in Fiona’s “Ghost Hunting in Haunted Cemeteries” series. Each is a short, stand-alone book, and the series can be read in any order.