Access and how-to use these crucial Internet databanks
is free and legal in the book:
Ghost Hunters Research Guide to Free
by Elizabeth Eagan-Cox. www.ElizabethEaganCox.net
Publisher: Charles River Press.
Read what Ghost Investigators are saying about
(posted in order received)
Praise for Ghost Hunters Research Guide to Free Internet
~Nathan Schoonover – The Ghostman and Demon Hunter Show and Extreme Paranormal.
Ghost Hunters Research Guide to Free Internet Sources is not
only a great book for ghost hunters, but it is great for anyone who is looking
for a deceased relative or friend, and genealogy. It has a great amount of resources, and is an all-around great book for
~Jake McCullough – S.N.A.P.T., Super Natural and Paranormal Team.
Jake's Website: http://www.snapt.org/
~Scott Wise –
Lead Investigator, (formerly of Ghost Hunters Inc.), now with Ghost and Spirit Paranormal
Visit Scott at his new Ghost and Spirit Paranormal
site (GASP): http://gasparanormal.ucoz.net/
and at the old G.H.I Website: http://mysite.verizon.net/vzeuc2lt/ghosthuntersinvestigators/index.html
Never in the
twenty-four years of being a paranormal researcher and investigator have I ever found such an amazingly comprehensive source
of information into how to research persons and locations for use in my paranormal investigations. Plus, I will also be using
the resources from Ghost Hunters Research Guide to Free Internet Sources to find missing information on my own families
ancestry. This book is a vital resource for any paranormal investigation team to use.
~ Sandy Wells – Dark Moon Rising Radio and TV host and Small Town Paranormal.
Visit Sandy at Dark Moon Rising Radio/Tv Website: http://www.dmrrtv.com/Home.html
I found that
the Ghost Hunters Research Guide to Free Internet Sources is a wealth of information. As the founder and director
of Ghost Hunters Incorporated, I’ve used many sources, but this is the best! This is a great book for any paranormal
~Allen Wolfshadow – Founder & Director, Ghost Hunters Incorporated.
Allen at the G.H.I. Website: http://mysite.verizon.net/vzeuc2lt/ghosthuntersinvestigators/index.html
~Kurt Smith – Host of Paranormal Investigators Radio "PIR."
Kurt at the P.I.R. Website: http://www.pirradio.com/
- The Ghost Hunters Research Guide
To Free Internet Resources is not a book every paranormal researcher needs to have. It is, however, a book that SOMEONE on
EVERY paranormal team SHOULD have. By this, I mean every paranormal team should have a person or people whose responsibility
it is to gather information on the persons and places encountered in our investigations. This book is for them.
I admit that I have never been very good at digging for facts. I usually
just pick a topic and find a book or two that covers it. This is fine for broad categories of information, but it
usually won’t get me the precise information that can help validate or dismiss the stories that are always associated
with the paranormal.
There is always a history. The trick is to find that history.
Ghost Hunters Research Guide is designed to steer you to the best, accurate, and most informative web sites available for
finding history. It tries to guide you down avenues of information that you may not have thought of or knew was available.
Elizabeth Eagan-Cox’s book straddles the line between "how-to guide" and resource
list quite well. The book is full of web sites that you may not even know exist. Because some of these sites can be a bit
overwhelming or even cryptic, the author even includes directions on where to look for the information on particular sites
that a paranormal researcher is likely to be looking for.
book will not solve all your problems. There is no single "everything" site for history. This book is simply a tool
that we armchair detectives can use to save us a trip or two to the library. But make no mistake, the book instructs you to
go to the library on occasion.
So, my recommendation?
If you are interested in the historic research side of paranormal investigating, you need this book. If that’s not your
thing, but your team is serious enough to have someone whose job that is, they need this book.
What if you are not interested in the history behind the paranormal and no one on your team is either? Just keep watching those TV shows.
Wes Forsythe, of I Hunt Ghosts (www.IhuntGhosts.com)
This review is from the Website of Wes Forsythe of I Hunt Ghosts. Here’s an easy link to the review on Wes’ site:
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