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Talking To Yourself In The Dark Paperback – March 18, 2010
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As far as "how to" guides go, this one is never boring and will keep you turning the pages from start to finish. After reading it, you'll understand what's it's like to enter haunted locations and attempt communication with spirits. There really is a lot of "talking to yourself in the dark" when on investigations, which I learned personally. I've been fortunate enough to attend one of Tom's seminars on ghost hunting at the ConDuit convention in Salt Lake City, and to actually be a guest on two of his investigations in Utah: one at the abandoned Tooele hospital, and one at the Baron Woolen Mill in Brigham City. I've blogged about both ghost hunts and wish I had been able to read Tom's book before I followed along with him.
Reading this book will help you in countless ways if you're planning on conducting your own paranormal investigation, or it'll give you chills and thrills as you vicariously peer into dark places where most people are afraid to look. You'll know what to do and especially what not to do. Tom goes to great lengths to explain that there are no professional ghost hunters, but after reading his book and going on two hunts with him, I think he is as close as they come.
Author of The Dragon Hunters