Posted 26 November 2009 - 08:00 AM
Posted 26 November 2009 - 08:33 AM
Work your way up to larger investigations.
I'd recommend getting yourself as ready as possible if you choose to work with a group. Another poster mentioned getting training with folks in your area, and that's an excellent idea. But that doesn't mean you can't do some homework. Read, read, read.
Wouldn't it be nice to start out with a group already having a leg up on the other junior members? Already knowing how to set up a video camera, or knowing what to look for if you get a hit on an EMF meter?
As far as the group thing goes. As a parent, I'd be a bit leery if my boy were to say to me "Hey Pop, I met some people on the internet and we're going to an old abandoned prison overnight and look for ghosts!!"
I would try and get one of your parents involved. If it were my son, I'd want to go with him, meet the people. I would also insist on going along with my son on any investigations.
Show your parents how serious you are about this. That it's something that you really want to do.
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