Paranormal researcher Joshua P. Warren says that so far, this summer has yielded incredible photos and videos from ghost hunters.
Though carrying heavy EMF equipment is extra laborious in the summer heat, the hot weather makes it easier for hunters to feel cold, ghostly energy spots right away.
Although Warren still believes fall and winter are the best ghost hunting seasons, he saw the most amazing apparition of his career once on a hot summer day.
He was scouring the attic of an alleged haunted house when a thick, blue/gray misty form appeared inches away from his face.
Still, he cant conclude if summertime had anything to do with his inexplicable encounter.
On the other end, Warren says the cons of ghost hunting in the summer include extra humidity, which affects tracking equipment, and the energy from the sun, which could disrupt the subtle energy of paranormal beings.
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