Lorri Sankowsky and Keri Young are the former co-directors of the Indianapolis chapter of Indiana Ghost Trackers. In Ghost Hunter's Guide to Indianapolis
they take you to some of the most infamous Indianapolis (and surrounding areas) haunts for ghost hunters. The chapters are a combination of personal experience, eye witness accounts and history of the location. The material feels thin, with little hard evidence (they rely too much on the photographed orb phenomenon) from too few actual investigations and the badly reproduced black and white photos are useless. The narrative is choppy, but the background information is interesting and it's a quick read. While there is little meat here, the book works as an introduction to Indy's spooky sites, and would be entertaining for a beginner ghost buster or local historian.