Monday, July 26, 2010


I've been working with a friend of mine who is a Travel Agent and we have been looking into putting together a group cruise.

This would be a fun cruise. Also, it would be a different cruise. This would be a Ghost Hunting Cruise.

We would go searching for Paranormal activity in reported haunted locations. Places full of history, wars, witch trials and murder.

On board the ship we would have classes in using the latest equipment, understanding your evidence, lectures from experienced Paranormal Investigators.

I was thinking going to the New England States and into Canada would be a great trip. So much history is there. Of course the Salem Witch Trials. Plus one of the stops would be to Halifax which is the largest location of Titanic victims being buried.

I think this could be a fun and very informative trip. Plus a great way to meet other bloggers and paranormal investigators. Of course, you would not have to have any experience in ghost hunting because we would show you the ropes.

Or, if you have no interest in ghost hunting but would like to go on the cruise to meet fellow bloggers that would be great too.

So, here is my question. If we put this trip together would any of you be interested? If so, how many.

This wouldn't be until next summer so you would have a year to save up and plan.



Rach said...

Sounds interesting. I'm too chicken though!!

Michelle said...

Oh my goodness!!! If I could scrape the money together I would love to! Our group just had an investigation Saturday evening and it was one of the most "live" active investigations we have ever had!! Finally. Most of the time we don't see anything until afterwards, pictures, videos, etc. but things were happening while we were there and the KII meters were actively answering after each question we asked! We were all so excited and had so much fun!! It was at a residence built in the 1920's. :)

VintageSage said...

Joanne, come on over to The Vintage Sage to checkout the photo from our recent investigation! It's Michelle by the way. :))

Anonymous said...

OOOH! Hubby and I would LOVE that!

Michelle said...

Hey Joanne, that photo was taken in a residential neighborhood in Portland, Oregon. Alot of very old houses. This one was estimated to be built in the 1920's - 1930's. :))