Also, I'm using my own interdisciplinary research methodology. For example, in the so-called "haunted houses or places" which I'm visiting and studying, I'm looking for evidence not only of the alleged phenomenon itself, but of other phenomena which could be (or not) related to it, like ufological phenomena. For example, I'm trying to discover if UFOs sightings are, somehow, connected with "haunted places", so trying to establish an informed dialogue between parapsychology and ufology.
Also, I'm trying to see whether so-called "ghost" phenomena, provided they're reasonably confirmed to exist in the cases that I'm observing, are responsive to prayings and religious methods (or if they could be explained with religious categories, like so-called demonic phenomena), so establishing a dialogue not only with ufology, but with theology and the long spiritual traditions of religions too.
All of this "informal", purely personal (for the sake's of my own curiosity), pilot study is very time (and money) consuming, but it is a great personal experience, with a lot of FUN.