Fortunately the church is under the mythical 7 Ghost protection. Will Teito be free from the military's clutch, and what of his said mission to uncover the history.
And who is the military's Chief-of-Staff Ayanami exactly.
Anime News Network's Theron Martin commends the anime for its "excellent pacing, offers good entertainment value, sometimes genuinely intense and horrifying" however, he criticises it for "lax characterizations" and oversimplifying some things.
DVD Talk's John Sinnott compares the anime to Case Closed with a supernatural twist.
The manga is licensed for an English-language release in North America by Del Rey Manga, which has released 11 volumes of the series to date. The anime is licensed for English release on Region 1 DVD by Funimation Entertainment, which released the entire series across two 2-disc volumes, and later in a single box set.
Ghost Hunt is licensed for release in the United Kingdom by Tanoshimi. In November 2013, production companies Twins Japan and Kadokawa Shoten announced that a live action film adaptation of Ghost Hunt was in production.
The film will be directed by Yoshitaka Yamaguchi with Atsuyuki Shimoda and Shotaro Oikawa writing the screenplay.
Shinichiro Inoue will serve as executive producer, and Adrian Chaw will serve as co-executive producer.
Pop Culture Shock's Michelle Smith criticises the Ghost Hunt manga for its "noticeable slide in quality" after volume five, attributing this to "the end of Ghost Hunt Mania.com's Eduardo M.
Chavez criticises the main protagonist, Naru, for not taking "action on initial calls for distress.
He then changes his mind, takes the case while always providing a perspective that is contrary to the work that he is actually assigning his staff." He also criticises the repetitive nature of the manga, saying, "every bit of paranormal, psychic and occult culture is dissected to death often repeating a few times a book".
Ghost Hunt also explores the paranormal abilities of the characters, particularly focusing on Mai's "latent psychic abilities," demonstrated by her dreaming about information relevant to their cases.
She is often joined in her dreams by someone whom she assumes to be Naru, who acts as a spirit guide, but who is later revealed to be Naru's dead twin brother who had died long before. It premiered on October 3, 2006 in Japan on TV Tokyo where it ran for twenty-five episodes until its conclusion.