Many ghost hunters think Halloween is the only night when “the veil is thinner between the worlds.”
That’s not true.
The night of April 30th, sometimes called Walpurgis, is exactly six months from Halloween, and it can be just as good for ghost hunting.
In fact, since fewer “thrill seekers” are out on that night, the last night of April can be your best opportunity for eerie encounters at haunted places.
Read my report and checklist — which starts right after Halloween — so you’re prepared for another great night for paranormal research.
For more information about ghost hunting, visit EncounterGhosts.com.