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Ghost Hunter’s Journal Now on Sale on Amazon

The Ghost Hunter’s Journal is a softcover ruled, indexed notebook journal that contains 200 pages to help keep you organized when documenting all of your ghost adventures. You can purchase your copy for just $12.99 on Amazon!

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Ghost Hunter’s Journal

The indexing system aids in reflection and planning throughout the year. The pages contain sections for the Who / What / When & Where details of your ghost hunts; followed by sections for: hotspots of the area and building that you are investigating; legends & lore; equipment used; and weather. The following page contains a full section for your notes.

The last few pages of the indexed book journal come with marked pages that have been indexed for you. Sample topics include: Best of (every month); Most Overrated; Equipment to Buy; Places to Visit – Bucket List (with one page completed as a suggested travel list based on my own travel research from my first two books).

 

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Interior pages of the Ghost Hunter’s Journal, with bonus index and sample content pages.

Make sure to check out P. 197 for a recommended beginning bucket list of paranormal places to explore! I included places investigated for America’s Most Haunted Hotels and Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums.

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Each indexed book journal features 200 ruled pages that are numbered for your ease of use. The numbered pages with an index will help keep you organized and make it easy to find your important entries. To really make your brain sing, we recommend that you use tabs and update your book journal’s index as necessary immediately after you have completed your journaling.

Specs: black and white interior ink, 200 ruled, indexed, and numbered pages.

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The Walk Up (2016) — infraredrobert

J. N. Adam Memorial Hospital — Perrysburg, New York After determining that the loud, repetitive banging we were hearing was just a door blowing in the morning breeze, we approached the hospital entrance – on our guard…just in case Modified Nikon D100 (Near infrared capture) More of my work can be seen here J. N. Adam Hospital and Tuberculosis Sanitarium

via The Walk Up (2016) — infraredrobert

AMAZING WORK OVER HERE! Go check it out!!

 

Some of My Favorite Photos From Missouri State Pen & Tooele Hospital

Throwback to traveling days for Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums. A sampling of some of my favorite photos!

Missouri State Pen

 

Tooele Hospital 

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Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site, Philadelphia, PA

 

Some of My Favorite Photos from Mansfield (Ohio State Reformatory) & West Virginia Pen

Throwback to traveling days for Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums. A sampling of some of my favorite exterior photos to get into the Halloween spirit!

Mansfield (Ohio State Reformatory)

Mansfield - The Ohio State Reformatory
Mansfield – The Ohio State Reformatory
Mansfield - The Ohio State Reformatory
Mansfield – The Ohio State Reformatory
Mansfield - The Ohio State Reformatory
Mansfield – The Ohio State Reformatory

Why is my favorite color “Institution Green” as seen above? Maybe I’ll just refer to it as “Seafoam,” or “Mint Green” when mixing among polite society.

West Virginia State Pen

West Virginia State Pen
West Virginia State Pen
West Virginia State Pen
West Virginia State Pen
West Virginia State Pen
West Virginia State Pen

To purchase your copy of Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums, head on over to Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Haunted-Asylums-Prisons-Sanatoriums-Institutions/dp/073873750X/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8

Some of My Favorite Photos From Yorktown Memorial Hospital & Farrar School

Throwback to traveling days for Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums. A sampling of some of my favorite exterior photos to get into the Halloween spirit!

Yorktown Memorial Hospital – Yorktown, TX 

Yorktown Memorial Hospital
Yorktown Memorial Hospital
Yorktown Memorial Hospital
Yorktown Memorial Hospital

Yorktown Memorial Hospital

Yorktown Memorial Hospital

Farrar School – Maxwell, IA 

Farrar School
Farrar School
Farrar School
Farrar School
Farrar School
Farrar School

To purchase your copy of Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums, head on over to Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Haunted-Asylums-Prisons-Sanatoriums-Institutions/dp/073873750X/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8

Some of My Favorite Photos from St. Albans Sanatorium & Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

Throwback to traveling days for Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums. A sampling of some of my favorite exterior photos to get into the Halloween spirit!

St. Albans Sanatorium – Radford, VA 

St. Albans Sanatorium
St. Albans Sanatorium

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum – Weston, WV

 

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

To purchase your copy of Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums, head on over to Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Haunted-Asylums-Prisons-Sanatoriums-Institutions/dp/073873750X/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8

Some of My Favorite Pictures from Ashmore Estates and Waverly Hills

Throwback to traveling days for Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums A sampling of some of my favorite photos to get into the Halloween spirit!

Ashmore Estates

Ashmore Estates - Side Exterior
Ashmore Estates – Side Exterior
Ashmore Estates
Ashmore Estates
Ashmore Estates - Institution Green Walls
Ashmore Estates – Institution Green Walls
Ashmore Estates - Grafitti on Institution Green Walls
Ashmore Estates – Grafitti on Institution Green Walls
Ashmore Estates - A reminder
Ashmore Estates – A Reminder
Boiler Room - Ashmore Estates
Boiler Room – Ashmore Estates
Boiler Room - Ashmore Estates
Boiler Room – Ashmore Estates

Waverly Hills

Waverly Hills - Louisville, KY
Waverly Hills – Louisville, KY
Waverly Hills - Welcome!
Waverly Hills – Welcome!
Waverly Hills - On The Wards
Waverly Hills – On The Wards
Waverly Hills - The Morgue
Waverly Hills – The Morgue
Waverly Hills - 4th Floor Hallway
Waverly Hills – Shadow Person Hallway (4th Floor)

To purchase your copy of Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums, head on over to Amazon:  https://www.amazon.com/Haunted-Asylums-Prisons-Sanatoriums-Institutions/dp/073873750X/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8

Ghost Adventures, Aftershocks – Jerome Grand Hotel and Rolling Hills Asylum

Nothing kicks off a holiday weekend like giving Amazon more of my money, so I placed my $1.99 orders and saddled up to the old computer to catch up on what I’ve been missing on the paranormal show front in this year’s Season 3 episodes of “Ghost Adventures, Aftershocks.”

Jerome Grand street view

I love to watch the shows that cover places I’ve been to myself. The Jerome Grand Hotel episode had me wanting more footage of the actual hotel. Chris Altherr gave a very heartfelt recounting of his saving Bagans from the descending elevator (the same one where Claude Harvey died). Lonnie Anderson, and his wife, Renee, were fun to catch up with through the show, and I liked that they actually gave a positive story of an additional encounter that Lonnie experienced in his shop (located inside the Clubhouse). Kim Brasher, I can’t even talk to you right now, but I will be sending you a signed author’s copy of “America’s Most Haunted Hotel,” here in the next few weeks to thank you for the interview you gave us.

Rolling Hills Asylum
Rolling Hills Asylum

As to Rolling Hills, there were two new photos that I had not seen before that I found quite compelling. One was said to be of Roy, and the image showed a man’s torso, but not his legs. He was “standing” in front of a desk. If the photo were of a visitor, the legs of the desk would not have shown through! The other was a “scary” white face image outside the window of Emma’s room (45 feet off the ground). This was compelling to me because it reminded me of the photo I took at The Kehoe House in Savannah. I too, took a series of photos of the same window, just like this set that came out of Rolling Hills, and the face captured in both photos at these different locations shared very similar qualities. I have seen photos such as these one other time, and they were taken in the upstairs window at St. Albans in Radford, VA. I am no lighting expert, but of these three photos and three locations, the subject windows are all too high (seemingly) off the ground to be subject to any streetlight or headlights of passing cars.

Normally, I don’t get excited about other people’s “evidence,” but when you see something that matches what you’ve taken yourself, it makes you wonder.

Mostly, it makes me wonder why they are on the outside looking in, and if there can be any implications drawn by their positions. Are they not “allowed” in the building?

 

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