National Ghost Hunting Day is celebrated every year on the last Saturday of September. In 2022, this day falls on September 24th. The holiday is unusual, because it is dedicated to paranormal phenomena. Many of us have encountered in life something inexplicable. Some believe ghosts are a reflection of our subconscious, and some believe that ghosts exist.
The holiday was established by Haunted Travels to encourage people who believe in the paranormal not to give up their beliefs. Mysteries related to the supernatural have existed for many centuries, as they excite and attract people. The ghost hunting holiday kicks off a season filled with rides and festivities. The proceeds from ticket sales are donated to animal shelters.
- Most often, ghosts are searched for in abandoned and historic buildings.
- Also, ghost hunters go in search of cities with a particularly cruel and bloody history.
- Many famous places, such as the White House, the Tower of London, are shrouded in legends and are associated with paranormal phenomena.
- Every ghost hunting event involves a visit to some strange, unusual place.
How to take part
Gather your friends and organize a team of ghost hunters, plan a route, and go on an adventure. Read books about the paranormal or watch horror films about ghosts. If you prefer a fun-filled getaway, limit yourself to a themed party in the style of your favorite horror movie.
When is National Ghost Hunting Day celebrated in 2023?
National Ghost Hunting Day is observed on the last Saturday of September each year.