This is by not a comprehensive guide. This page was developed for those taking photographs on a ghost tour. Specifically, the Terrell Ghost Walk. They are great starting guidelines but we will soon be expanding for those with more serious interests.
Don’t get frustrated. It takes 50,000 photos until you capture something. Trust me. It’s worth the other 49,999 photos you wasted reviewing.
An excellent website to help you understand the different features of operating a camera and understanding some of the technicalities:
Photos are above taken from the article: The most famous ghost photos ever taken by Matt Langridge at
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Use this fun ghost hunting app for your cell phone during the Terrell Ghost Walk. Popular among previous tour guests, it provides an interactive experience while visiting haunted locations. Although it is a novelty and not for serious investigations, our team finds there are a lot of “coincidences” happening.
They all insisted a person need not be “sensitive” to read Tarot cards and benefit from their insight. And you know, they’re just so beautiful! I’m here to share my lessons learned, some the hard way.
Join us Saturday nights for the Terrell Ghost Walk and hear about (and possibly experience) one of the many spirits that still linger in the historic small business district. Tours run April through October and reservations fill up fast. We can’t wait to share our stories with you!
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