Contacting the New zealand Strange Occurrences society and paranormal investigation team
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The biggest hurdle in deciding to contact paranormal investigators is the fear of talking to complete strangers about what may have been an upsetting or disturbing experience.
Don't worry - we fully understand. We've all had unexplained experiences of our own, some of them pretty intense, so we have some idea what you might be going through.
Please rest assured that if you contact us you will be taken seriously and treated with respect. Your enquiry will remain totally confidential within the Strange Occurrences team. All of our team members are trustworthy, reliable people, well regarded in their various professions, and you will be working with one of the most experienced and respected paranormal groups in New Zealand.
We would like to hear from you if you have a current issue or experience with something unexplained or possibly paranormal, and we hope that we can help you with it. First contact is usually by email, and then maybe we can pay a visit if you are in the Wellington area.
One of our specialties is offering opinions on unexplained photographs, in which case you can go straight to our Photos page.
Is this you, or someone you know?
But first please read What to do if you witness a paranormal event, as well as our Disclaimer, including the Important safety issues.
For initial contact, email is best. Group leader James Gilberd and case manager Nick Hill are available on email@example.com This gmail address is checked at least twice a day. Alternatively, use the form below. (Sorry, we don't discuss cases on the phone,)
If we can, we like to come and visit to see if we can work out what's going on, and sometimes a team investigation is called for. For how this works, please see Investigation procedure.
Please feel free to get in touch with us by email or use the form below.
This form does not allow attachments. If you want an opinion on a photo, please read our Photos page page first, then email us the photo/s directly.