For centuries, seeking out mysteries, exploring the unknown, and satisfying mystical curiosities have been part of our human code. This sentiment has led to a growing American phenomenon … Ghost Hunting. Also known as paranormal investigating, ghost hunting embraces history while breaking open the supernatural and seeking to solve the mystery of the unknown.
Established in July 2016, National Ghost Hunting Day™ recognizes and celebrates the novice, curious and expert execution of ghost hunting methods. As an official listing on the National Day Calendar, it is held on the last Saturday of each September. This date was chosen by design, commencing the start of each new Halloween season. Its noble intention is to globally promote the most haunted properties in the world while recognizing the work of paranormal investigators dedicated to these iconic locations!
Since its inception, National Ghost Hunting Day™ has been celebrated with its signature epic event, the World's Largest Ghost Hunt™! No better platform can serve and deliver its intent and purpose. Its pillars include historic preservation, unity of its investigative contributors, para-psychology research, and public education about these historic sites thru the dedicated craft of ghost hunters.
We are grateful for our global growth and surge in embracing our purpose. Each year the National Ghost Hunting Day™ celebrates, learns, influences, and listens haunted history being retold.
For you see...
“A Haunting is History Wishing to be Heard”
--- Haunted Journeys
This year's celebration will be held on
Saturday, September 25, 2021