It is my hope that paranormal investigators can learn to solve cases of haunting by communicating with ghosts and learning to help them transition beyond this realm.
People who suffer from an active haunting also need guidance. ‘Helping Ghosts: A Guide to Understanding Lost Spirits’ is a field guide that not only explains why ghosts haunt but what you can do to communicate with them in order to bring peace to all parties involved.
Author and writing professor, John Kachuba, had this to say about the book:
“Louis Charles’ Helping Ghosts is a book that belongs on every paranormal bookshelf. It seems that most of the other ghost books out there talk about ‘hunting’ ghosts, but Charles talks about a much more important aspect of paranormal investigating, that is, how to help these poor lost spirits find the peace they deserve. As a paranormal investigator myself, I have often wondered why so many people treat ghosts as if they were animals in a zoo or entertainers performing for our pleasure–instead of people like ourselves.
Charles expresses some well-developed ideas about the nature of ghosts and provides specific methods to allow investigators to help the ghosts find their way home. He draws upon his own investigations and experiments with audio recordings using a ‘Frank’s box’ type of device and EVPs. Helping Ghosts is a great addition to the field of paranormal studies and I recommend it to anyone working as a paranormal investigator.” -John Kachuba, author, Ghosthunters: On the Trail of Mediums, Dowsers, Spirit Seekers, and Other Investigators of America’s Paranormal World
You can pick up a copy of Helping Ghosts through Amazon.com:
Helping Ghosts; A Guide to Understanding Lost Spirits
To learn more, visit HelpingGhosts.com