B.C.G.H.R.S. Course & Exam
If you are interested in possible recruitment with the BCGHRS, please refer to our course manual. The document is one-hundred pages long and is required reading for any of our researchers and is essential reading in order to pass our examination to become a researcher with the GHRS (Ghosts and Hauntings Research Society).
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Many people ask if they can assist in investigations. If you think you can add to the collection of folklore, history, and witness reports and wish to assist with initial contact of people and others in relation to a report, read through our FAQ and fill out the form found there.
Most of the BCGHRS research consists of reading, listening, reading, photographing, reading, documenting and finally re-telling.