My Post-Halloween Schedule – and Research Tips

As a ghost hunter, what I do during November depends upon where “home” is at that time, and how busy October/Halloween was.

A fresh start in November 2022

Of course, October – especially Halloween – is always hectic for me. This year, in addition to talking with media contacts, I’d committed to a fresh, new article at, every day of October 2022.

I’m both pleased and astonished that I was successful.

Oh, it was an exhausting schedule at times, but I’m still feeling victorious.

Now, I’m slowly returning to my desk, and here’s some of what I’d like to accomplish in the next month or two:

  • Create videos highlighting essential points in my recent articles.
  • Experiment with video equipment, in general.
  • Update my free ghost hunting course. (That’s long overdue.)
  • Revise and re-release several of my past, now out-of-print books.
  • Finish several half-started, how-to books, and get them published.

But this November is also when my deeper research begins for the upcoming year.

And that’s a topic that may interest you, too.

If you’d like to turn cold, blustery weather to your advantage, here’s my article about how I use that time for ghost research… at home: What Ghost Hunters Do When the Weather is Awful.