Something strange in your neighbourhood? Give us a call.
If you suspect that strange, unexplained, ghostly or other paranormal activity is occurring in your home or workplace, we're very interested in hearing from you, and maybe we can help out.
If you're in our neighbourhood (Wellington, New Zealand), we may be able to come and check it out, whatever it is. If you're elsewhere in NZ or the world, we can possibly offer helpful advice and/or refer you others in our field.
We at NZ Strange Occurrences Society are sensible and open-minded in our investigations, and ever-hopeful of finding and learning more about the nature of ghosts and other paranormal phenomena. We want to understand more about what might be going on in the realm of the paranormal - that which is not yet well explained, or even generally acknowledged to exist.
Our Wellington-based team is the longest-established and one of the most experienced paranormal groups in New Zealand. Our free services include:
Can you help us?
We're always on the lookout for interesting places for our team to investigate; public buildings, hotels, theatres, businesses or larger residences, and interesting outdoor locations. Even if the site is not very historic, if it has a recent history or reports of possible paranormal activity, then you have our attention.
Get involved. We can involve you and a limited number of interested friends and/or colleagues in the investigation if you wish. It's a novel, fascinating and fun experience, even if nothing paranormal happens. If you're a person who can organise authorised access to the location, please contact us to discuss things.
If we can help you, or you can help us, please email James or Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Wellingtonian - front page
20th July 2015
Radio NZ Retro - Ghosts
Radio NZ documentary by
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Penchant for Ghost Stories
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Capital Sleuths to Probe
Recent Ectoplasmic Residue
"Only the closed mind is certain." - from the film 'Dean Spanley'