The World's Largest Ghost Hunt Takes Place Saturday, September 28!

On September 28, paranormal investigators from around the world will come together for the world's largest ghost hunt.

September 25, 2019

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The third-annual World’s Largest Ghost Hunt will commence on Saturday, September 28, 2019. Hundreds of investigators in seven countries around the world, such as the US, India, Argentina and Australia, will embark on an epic paranormal adventure.

The event takes places on National Ghost Hunting Day, which has been officially recognized by the National Calendar Day Registry as the last Saturday in September - This year occurring on the 28th. On this day, paranormal teams will invite the public to partake in ghost hunts in their local area. You can buy tickets to join the hunt, or you can watch via livestream online. The investigations will be streaming on GetVokl. GetVokl streams various events, so after logging in, type in #LargestGhostHunt in the search bar, and then you'll see all the scheduled hunts.

According to the team at World’s Largest Ghost Hunt, the goal of National Ghost Hunting Day is to raise public awareness of proper ways to conduct paranormal investigations, increase appreciation for local history and landmarks across the globe, and to help contribute to ongoing paranormal research. As an added bonus, the event is set to raise money for various historical landmarks. Proceeds from each ticket sold will be used to help the preservation efforts of that given location.

To find out where the ghost hunts are taking place check out the organization’s location guide. If you want more information on ways to get involved, you can find it here. To stay in the loop be sure to follow them on Facebook and Twitter!

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