Oh, I love this site!
Plan your ghost vacation, hook up with paranormal conventions, get your ghost-busting gear. It’s all here!
I bet my ghost-busting heroine, Holly, would have had it in her favorites list. Heck, she’d probably be submitting content.
I’ve seen other ‘ghost holiday’ type of advertisements—such as the small local ghost tours or even the Dracula-centric treks around Transylvania. It’s interesting to me how the paranormal is becoming a mainstay of the tourism industry. Some would say it’s all an opportunity for con artists to part vacationers from their cash. True, in some cases. However, I think the phenomenon as a whole is good because that means people are curious about what’s out there. Curiosity is healthy. It means people are more than the mental equivalent of sponge puddings.
However, the moment the commercial world figures out just how much cash might be made, it could get interesting. What if Disney got involved? What about the descendents of the dead wanting a piece of the action? Heck, what if the ghosts themselves started seeking agents? My people could be calling your people on a ouija board.