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Ghost Hunting The Expectations of Participants

 


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When booking a haunted event it is very interesting to know what a customer is looking for. Ghost hunting has become increasingly popular, however, most customers are unsure as to what the best location to visit would be and what the quality of event would be. I am very interested as a ghost hunting company in what our customers are looking for when making their choice. There are the obvious reasons which are the ghost hunting programmes screened on the television.

When a particular paranormal event is shown people want to go to that location due to the fact that it immediately becomes very well known. A lot of people look for a haunted weekend where they actually reside in a haunted hotel. What I have found is that the people that book their events with us are very uncertain about what to expect and are looking to act out their expectations within our ghost hunting event. What we as a Company have to consider is that all of our guests have expectations and it is somehow our duty to allow them all to have the experiences that they were anticipating.

On a ghost hunt event the important thing is to give all of the customers the opportunity to carry out their own vigils and séances. This allows them to behave in ways that they feel comfortable with and gives them the confidence to attempt to connect with any spirits without feeling silly. The customers then will hopefully leave an event feeling as if they have been fully involved in it. It sometimes doesn't matter if there is not a lot of activity as long as the customers have been given the opportunity to discover this for themselves. Any spirit or ghost activity is a real bonus.

What lets most ghost hunting company's down is their inability to understand what it is a customer is looking for on their haunted event. They don't necessarily think that it has been a fantastic event because something has happened. They think it has been a fantastic event when there have been genuine attempts by all participants to elicit any activity. For more information about our Ghost Hunt Events why not visit haunted happenings home page.

Hazel Ford

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