What we're about

Inspired Ghost Tracking is where you meet other paranormal investigators and other people who have an interest in the paranormal, ghost investigations, ghost hunting, ghosts, and spirits. We do various events around the paranormal and have guest speakers who are experienced in paranormal, paranormal investigations, and ghost hunters.

This is a ghost tracking group that gets together and discuss like minded topics, share experiences, ghost pictures, investigations and to plan some trips to ghost tours, Gettysburg, haunted places, and some ghost investigation work. Anyone with a serious mind for paranormal or would like to know more on paranormal investigations should join. We have had some very nice guest speakers and are planning more.

If you are serious about getting together for events and going on paranormal investigations then this group is for you.

We meet twice a month, on the 1st Friday of the month we have a guest speaker or plan something else at the VFW Post 160 in Glen Burnie and later in the month we go on investigations, ghosts tours, or anything else that we like to do.

Inspired Ghost Tracking would like to inspire you to learn more on the paranormal, ghost investigations, ghost tours, super natural, ghost hunters, paranormal investigations, and more. Why not get inspired and join today?

All suggestions for guest speakers and places to go are taking into consideration just send an email to Margaret at inspiredghst@aol.com.

Inspired Ghost Tracking members pay yearly dues of $50. You get 90 days free trial so why not start out and see what we are all about?

Due to the nature of this group you must be at least 18 years old or accompanied by an adult.

By joining this group you are given Inspired Ghost Tracking permission to take and publish pictures of you at our events. You are also giving us permission to hold the copy right of any pictures you put up on our site or take at any of our investigations.

Private investigations are done by our core group. If you are looking for someone to investigate your home then please contact us at inspiredghst@aol.com or go to www.inspiredghosttracking.webs.com (http://www.inspiredghosttracking.webs.com/) to visit our other site. Also, check out our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/inspiredghost/ .

Upcoming events (4+)

Jody Arneson from Mid-Atlantic Day trips talks about haunted locations

Jody and Lisa are members of our group and they go exploring places that are haunted. Listen to what they have to say at this special talk.

It's been Jody Arneson's experience that ghosts make an appearance when least expected. During her jaunts out and about in the mid-Atlantic region while writing Mid-Atlantic Daytrips, she's encountered everything from creepy mists to strange voices in the middle of the night. Join her as she talks about her weird unexpected encounters, shares her experiences as a ghost hunter on 30 ghost hunts, including paranormal hotspots such as TransAllegheny Lunatic Asylum and St Albans Sanitorium, and gives you the inside scoop on where you can find spooky experiences of your own while you explore the mid-Atlantic! She's eager to discuss your take on the most haunting places in the mid-Atlantic!

Come have fun at the Halloween party

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Let's make this an Anniversary celebration for us. The group was started on Oct 27, 2008 so what better way to celebrate then a Halloween party? Come on all let's celebrate.

Join us for lots of ghoulish fun. Your $20 donation includes finger foods, beer, water, and soda. Cash bar with happy hour prices. NO BYOB. We will have a DJ, costume contest, jello shooters, 50/50 and door prizes.

You can pay for tickets by paypal [masked], check payable to VFWA 2597 Dorsey Rd Glen Burnie, Md 21061 or cash at our meetings. Or just show up and pay at the door.

Troy Cline with singing crystal bowls

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Troy has been learning to play crystal bowls and lately he has brought them on an investigation to help rid a house of ghosts. It worked well and we have not heard from the owner since we cleared it.
We thought this would be a great lecture for our group and Troy will be bringing a few of his bowls with him and will consider playing them for us.

History of singing bowls: Singing bowls began their journey in the ancient time of Buddhism. It is believed that singing bowls were an integral part of practicing Buddhism. Notwithstanding these origins, sound therapy has traveled across many religions and cultures throughout their history.

The significance of sound, and its important role in supporting human spirit and our physical, mental and emotional health, has been well known through the generations. Our ancestors practiced sound and vibration therapy to resonate with the body’s energy centers or chakras and support optimal health.

At the outset of their history, singing bowls were crafted using different metals. In accordance with an ancient Tibetan formula, many singing bowls were made of “panchaloga”, which is a Sanskrit word meaning a five-metal alloy that includes copper, zinc, iron and traces of gold and silver. These bowls are commonly known as Tibetan singing bowls.

While metal bowls are still very common, modern technology has permitted the invention of crystal singing bowls, which require complex manufacturing processes and the ability to heat crystal and sand to extreme temperatures. Today, many alternative health practitioners believe that pure quartz crystals greatly promote the overall health of our body. As a result, many wish to benefit from what are believed to be the properties of healing crystals.

Christmas get together and gift exchange

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With the holidays among us, we get together this month to do a holiday party. We will be doing a gift exchange as everyone brings a wrapped gift of $15 and we put them in the middle of us and draw numbers, whoever has 1 gets to pick a present and open it. Number 2 goes and gets to either take 1's present or pick one themselves. A present may pass hands no more then 3 times and then it is out of play. Purchase some good gifts as you never know who might want it-examples booze is always a good one as everyone fights over them, chocolate, food, paranormal stuff like books, or anything else you might come up with. Use your imagination and figure something that will get the crowd on their toes and want.
Bring some snacks to this one so that we can enjoy a good feast. Suggestions: chips, dip, cookies, brownies, cake, pizza, meatballs, wings, cheese and crackers, or anything else you might want to bring.

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