The Haunt is a project that grew out of conversations about ghosts and wondering what it means to haunt a person or place. We began by purposefully trying to haunt each other. We didn't really know how to go about it, so we made it up. We took turns--two of us ganging up psychically on the third. Using a variety of techniques--from voodoo to witchcraft to astral projects to telematic embraces--we psychically taunted one another, attempting to willfully impact on the environment and psyche of our fellow collective members. Subsequent versions of the project take up the same ideas, in different ways--haunting stair cases, Prime Ministers, virtual reality platforms and city streets. In each case, the projects explore ideas of psychic transference, in which we mentally occupy difference spaces, for different purposes. The idea is to explore both the limits of psychic possibility -- given shape through our remote occupation of the space--and the thresholds of public comfort and discomfort with the knowledge that a space is being occupied with intent.