In the five years since the first edition there has been no progress at all in research into ghosts and related phenomena. In fact, it appears that ghosthunting is now more about reality TV and entertainment than about any serious research.
Modern ‘investigations’ seem designed to show off new gadgetry rather than to obtain any form of actual data.
This second edition consists of a collection of essays by an author infuriated by the abandonment of even the most basic of research principles and the ridiculous insistence that buying more unproven gadgetry will somehow enhance success.
You will not agree with everything in this book. It is not here to be agreed with. It is here to start you thinking like an investigator rather than a TV presenter.
Most of all, it is here to save you money.