Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Ghost Hunts - A Corporate Event

By Hazel Ford

Corporate Events are extremely important. Whether they are to impress clients or to have a bonding evening with your staff you want them to work for you on all levels. A ghost hunt event fits every criteria of an excellent and memorable function. A ghost supper with a medium can keep all the guests very interested. If this is in the right location, ie a haunted setting then the event itself puts everyone in the right frame of mind. Ghost Hunting is unique as is each event. No evening will ever be the same no matter how many times you investigate a location. Therefore it would be quite correct to assume that your guests experience would be very unique. There are many forms that a ghost hunt event can take. There could be the original haunted house type of event or a haunted castle. Other events could include suppers and a time for people to meet and get to know each other.

After the supper guests will then enjoy the thrill of ghost hunting usually with an experienced paranormal team. They should be able to carry out vigils and seances and learn the art of ghost hunting using practical and up to date equipment. The activity that occurs on the night will leave the guests talking about your business for a long time to come. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to learn more about your staff and clients than you could at any other type of event. Every emotion is demonstrated and the participants have to work together in order to feel safe and protected from their own emotions. The other benefit is that the event will be talked about for a long time to come and therefore your business would be remembered vividly for all the right reasons. When making your choice of location it is important to understand the needs of your participants in terms of age and agility and also stamina. As mentioned earlier there are many to choose from. If you get those factors right then the ghost hunt itself will be more successful.

Your organizer should ensure that she/he gets as much information as they possibly can about the location prior to booking. It would even be a good idea for him/her to visit the location first to ensure it is suitable for all clients or staff.

For more information about our Ghost Hunt Events why not visit haunted happenings home page
Hazel Ford

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