The December issue of Wired includes my "Posts" dispatch from a ghost hunt I went on with Baltimore's Vince Wilson, whom I call "perhaps the foremost expert on the technology of ghost hunting in the US."
Shorter Wired: "Vince Wilson has a theory about ghosts: They're a misunderstood part of the natural environment, phenomena that can be discerned and explained through the careful application of science. Which is why he's wheeling several thousand dollars' worth of homemade ghost-detection equipment into the Westminster Presbyterian Church and Cemetery in downtown Baltimore. 'Even ghosts would have to obey the fundamental laws of physics,' Wilson says. His quarry are like the giant squid, he insists, creatures that scientists once derided as folklore but whose existence has since been proven."
Recycled paranormal coverage: Sorry, got nothing for you here.