Saturday, February 12, 2011

Scout it Out

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Written by Grant Wilson

Before you go on any hunt you should always take extra precautions so you don't get hurt. Usually during a hunt you become nervous, scared and your emotions are heightened. These all spell disaster if you don't know the lay of the land.

If at all possible, visit the site during the day before you go on the hunt. This will allow you to spot potential hazards that could change a full night of fruitful investigation into an even longer night listening to seventies music as you flip through Golf Digest in the waiting room of the hospital.

Not only will you be able to spot obstacles but you can also kind of set up a map in your head, taking note of where noises and cold drafts could come from, thus increasing your ability to make an accurate assessment of the paranormal activity of the property.

You might find out that if you had gone during the night, you would have missed the "TRESSPASSERS WILL BE SHOT ON SITE" sign that was easy to see during the day. If you do spot a sign, no matter how much you'd like to ignore it, try and go through the proper means, so that you're investigating legally.

So, scout it out. Take camera's, pens, paper and anything else that will help you plan the investigation and make it safe, accurate and efficient.

We'd hate for you to miss a spook fly-by because you were too busy getting your foot out of a hole.

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