Speaking of weird, our next subject is a guy I've known for several years. His primary field had been chemical laboratory analysis, but he moonlighted as a bouncer. In his spare time, he built a fortress in his backyard with enough weapons to hold off 100 green berets in Humvees. Upon retirement, he decided to enter another field. Like everything he has ever done, he went all in. He bought a Humvee, hired a staff, purchased equipment, built an impressive website and launched a career in ghost busting. There's more. I saw him recently, fully expecting him to "be busted," but he was booked almost 6 months out, operated in 9 states and was making more money than he ever made in his life. Not only that, he only charged people if his "de-ghosting" effort was successful.