Ain’t afraid of no ghost … I took a course

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victorian ghost41013I’m in the wrong business. I should be teaching ghost hunting.

Saurabh Singh is a commercial pilot who’s just conquered a deep fear. It wasn’t fear of flying but a dread of the dark and of what he might encounter in its depths that had Singh spooked for years. Until a few months ago, he wouldn’t even sleep without his bedroom lights on. But a three-month course in paranormal studies has changed all that. “The course equipped me with knowledge of what ghosts are all about and how to deal with them. Now, I sleep peacefully in the dark, secure in my new-found knowledge,” says Singh.

He is not alone in the pursuit of the unknown. An increasing number of urban Indian professionals are signing up for courses and training in paranormal sciences from a host of institutes that have mushroomed across India. And the cost of these courses — which can touch Rs 75,000 — is no deterrent.

source: http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/the-new-paranormal-ghostbusting-a-fast-growing-hobby/article1-1350594.aspx

I might recommend a book by Sharon Day titled “Was That a Ghost?

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Author: Barry Huddleston

Book and product reviews with a steampunk twist

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