1. What does Ross believe about his own power to die? Why does he carry these beliefs with him?
Ross believes that he cannot die. He carries these beliefs with him because he has survived death three times already and thinks he cannot be killed and be put out of his misery.
2. On the first ghost hunting case of the novel, what is Eve O'Donnell's description of what is happening in her house?
On the first ghost hunting case of the novel, Eve O'Donnell's description of what is happening in her house includes kitchen cabinets opening and cereal boxes spilled out on the kitchen table all while the house alarm is armed and on.
3. What job does Ross have with the Warburtons and what are the Warburtons looking for when they do an investigation?
Ross's job with the Warburtons is as a field researcher, but, as Ross discovers, the Warburtons main reason for doing an investigation is not to find ghosts, but to make money. They will tell anyone what they want to hear in order to make a buck. Ross is very turned off by this and quits his job.
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