The Goopy Ghost at St. Patrick's Day
January 2018 by V. R. Duin

GHOST HUNTING

How many of us like
The cold of the deep,
Shivering and shaking,
Chills crawl and creep?

Take ghost hunting under water with the Goopy Ghost in search of fun spooky stories for children and sunken treasures for everyone.

This adventure in ghost hunting under water is being organized to attract and retrieve a treasure trove of sunken ghostly spirits. The Goopy Ghost happily plans to lead friends to new ghostly spirits with which to create fun spooky stories for children. Folks might think ghosts don't need anyone, but they're all soul and always in search of new friends.

Heart-shaped chocolates, silly rhymes, and sweet nothings aside, the Goopy Ghost knows how to find a soul mate and kindred spirit to share in fun spooky stories for children everywhere. The time has come to widen the search and conjure up ghosts in different ways and in different places. Children are adventurers by nature, so Goopy's ghost hunting under water is perfect for swimming change. Children can live and relive the fun of this ghost on land, in air and at sea..

Ghost hunting under water with children need not be done in spooky locations where there have been previous reports of paranormal activity. Once friends have studied Goopy's fun spooky stories for children, they will know all about haunted homes and other places. This knowledge will make it easy for children to hunt down this ghost for new adventures. Goopy can be found anywhere that pumpkins are grown, baked, carved or tossed. Goopy's goop trail can be followed back to its ghostly source.

Invite Goopy into your home for study. The goopy goo of this bright orange pumpkin spirit encourages children to discover what other substances ghosts emit. The existence of ghosts should not be considered a subject of hidden mystery or of the occult. The presence of these spiritual entities is recorded in early human history. Ghosts of ages past are referenced in The Holy Bible. Modern ghost sightings are featured in Goopy's fun spooky stories for children.

To serve as background for ghost hunting under water, here is a bit of Goopy history. In one of Goopy's fun spooky stories for children, this ghost tracked down a kindred spirit in the dead of winter with nary a pumpkin patch in sight. Goopy has been known to call on friendly Cupid — on his busiest day of the year, no less! With his bow and arrow at the ready, Cupid was willing to do all he could to find a friend for the Goopy Ghost. He accomplished this feat for Goopy, even though it meant conducting a paranormal investigation in the Southern Hemisphere on Valentine's Day.

“The Goopy Ghost at Valentine's Day” proves that, without the help of professional paranormal investigators, a new ghost can found. Moreover, friendly, new ghosts can improve our celebrations of friendship and kinship. This finding is firmly established in Goopy's books and videos. Now seems like a perfect time to seek out any underwater souls who might have been left behind by shipwrecks. Imagine the fun spooky stories for children that ghost hunting under water can leave for coming generations!

Could ghost hunting under water lead to Titanic ghosts in need of rescue? Could unlucky drivers still be trying to escape land vehicles that plunged under water decades ago? Has anyone ever wondered what became of a missing scuba diver or snorkeler? Who would like to search for and explore haunted underwater ghost towns? Could ghost hunting under water scare up a rescue mission? Could friendly nautical ghouls lead our ghost hunting to greater depths under water? Could new ghostly stars join Goopy's fun spooky stories for children?

Apart from bows and arrows, many of the devices used to hunt for paranormal beings come from other industries: Geiger counters, EMF meters, ion detectors, voice recorders, video cameras, infrared temperature sensors and the like. Could payment be received for testing this equipment under water? The fun-loving, goopy, orange ghost invites everyone to venture into the deepest, wettest and darkest of ghost hunting grounds. The challenge is to come up with material for additional fun spooky stories for children.

Imagine the delight of spiriting up some sunken treasures while ghost hunting under water! Imagine the heroism of rescuing someone from a bad day! Imagine the thrill of entering the haunt of a true-to-life phantom squid! What better welcome could anyone receive from the depths of the sea than meeting fun, new friends down there? Before ghost hunting under water comes to an end, Goopy is sure to prove that fun spooky stories for children also are interesting for adults.

Ghost hunting under water is one field in which ghost detectors needn't start out as professionals to become experts. Imagine the excitement of meeting the huge Goliath Grouper that drove V. R. Duin out of the water while snorkeling along a Florida seashore. The scare from that frightening, big grouper gave the Goopy Ghost a form that should serve well for ghost hunting under water. Ghost hunters of every age should record and enter their activities into The Goopy Action Video Challenge.

Encounters with a big fish might get other adventurers running on water in an escape to safe, dry land. A camera that works under water will add color to the fun spooky stories for children that come with ghost hunting under water. With or without professional paranormal divers, friends are sure dive into increasingly large treasures during ghost hunting adventures. They will exit the water with lots of new, fun spooky stories children and grandchildren. Whether these adventures stay under water or end on dry land, the stories of these activities should thrill listeners and viewers for many generations to come.

Ghost Hunting Comments

  • spooky stories admin says:

    Fun Spooky stories for children can be lived and relived.

  • Ghost Hunting admin says:

    Ghost hunting under water can be fun for children and adults.

    • Goopy Ghostadmin says:

      The Goopy Ghost takes ghost hunting to places where nobody may venture on their own.