As Peter Underwood
(1993) and many other researchers state quite categorically, the investigation of spontaneous cases involves difficulties
not ordinarily met with in scientific research, and calls for large amounts of tact and sympathy. As Investigators, you must be able to collate, assess and interpret data and evidence correctly. You must bear in mind the following considerations at all times of the investigation, whether covering
a haunting, an apparition sighting or a poltergeist disturbance.
You should guarantee the informant that:
To read more about the Conduct of Investigations from the Manual of Guidance, please contact
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