Posted on Friday, October 11, 2013 by Kelly_TeenLib
The days are cooling down, the nights are getting longer, and stores like to remind us that this time of year is 'spooktastic'. But what lies beyond all the candy and scary masks? Paranormal research and investigation moves beyond the television screen to the Gilroy Library when Gloria Young from Ghost Trackers presents a session on Ghost Hunting 101.
Join us on Wednesday, October 23rd at 6:30pm. Hear about the Ghost Trackers' investigations, see the evidence obtained and how to obtain it and learn how you can become a ghost hunter.
If you want to do your own research, or just give yourself a bit of a scare, check out some of the resources we have available at SCCLD.
Real Ghosts, Restless Spirits, and Haunted Places by Brad Steiger.
The culmination of Brad Steiger’s 50 years of paranormal research, this includes true ghost stories and first-person encounters with the supernatural.
Recommendation - a great read for those dark, cold nights... unless you're easily frightened...
The Little Book of True Ghost Stories by Echo Bodine.
Echo Bodine didn't want to be a psychic. She tried to ignore the voices she heard and the spirits she saw. Echo eventually came to terms with her abilities and her unusual experiences as she started to put those abilities to work helping other people. Echo relates tales that are often funny, sometimes unnerving, and always amazing.