Hunting for ghosts has become so popular these days that you don’t need to wait for Halloween to roll around. People should be up for a good ghost hunt any time of year. Chances are, your city or town already has a paranormal research group who can give you some good pointers and advice on where to go and what to do. They may even be willing to lead your group through a real ghost hunting experience. If you prefer not to actually engage with spirits, you can also just put together a group to tour known haunted hotspots around town.
Besides finding a location known for having paranormal activity and getting permission from the property owner, you’ll want to get your hands on some typical ghost hunting devices like an EMF meter, and EVP audio recorder, a temperature device, flashlights, etc. You don’t need to get too technical with the equipment. You can even buy beginner ghost hunting kits online. Group size will depend on the facility. A large facility will allow for more people. You can also put together ghost hunting teams and go in shifts. This will allow more people to participate. Who knows, you may even capture something paranormal!
Charge a large enough fee to cover your costs. This is a fundraiser that you can put on several times throughout the year, allowing you to reuse any equipment that you initially purchased.
You’ll want to start promoting this fundraiser at least 1-month in advance. Eventually, you’ll have a large team of regular hunters. Be sure to promote heavily on all your social media channels. Also, create posters and flyers that you can place throughout the community.