By Alan Brown
Southerners are familiar with tales of a place of abode, an outdated lodge, a mansion, or a battlefield being haunted. In Ghost Hunters of the South, Alan Brown reveals that ghostlore is not any longer adequate for a few. The forty-four ghost looking teams he profiles during this publication pack cameras, Geiger counters, thermal scanners, oscilloscopes, tape recorders, desktops, and dowsing rods to discover and list elusive facts of supernatural task. With candor, the administrators and staff individuals display the passions or even obsessions that cause them to this dear, time-consuming, and infrequently risky and chilling pursuit of facts from the spirit realm. Brown interviews fanatics from twelve states—Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. Ghost Hunters of the South takes the reader alongside on intriguing and apprehensive investigations of locations comparable to the Myrtles, the St. Francis lodge, the Chickamauga Battlefield, Bob Mackey’s track global, the outdated Talbott Tavern, the North Carolina kingdom Capitol, the Granberry Opera condo, and the 17Hundred90 hotel and eating place. Brown participates in a number of the investigations to realize a whole and goal figuring out of lecturers, medical professionals, accountants, housewives, and legislations enforcement body of workers, who commit a lot in their loose time to a quest that many outsiders view with skepticism if now not scorn. In interesting, scary, and infrequently funny debts, Brown highlights the choice of those participants to respond to the query: "What occurs to the soul after death?"