On 26th October, 2023, James Gilberd was interviewed by Lauren Walker and Heather Harris for the Canadian podcast 'At Home and Abroad with Harris and Walker'. The episode starts with an interesting piece about the 'Willows Weep' house, and my interview (unrelated to this) begins 20 minutes in.
We are more than happy to be interviewed, discuss ideas and give opinions on a range of paranormal-related topics. James Gilberd is the main spokesperson and self-confessed 'media whore' for the paranormal interest group New Zealand Strange Occurrences Society. Members of the group have been involved in a number of television and radio productions, newspaper features, and also student films and other documentary- and art-based projects, and we are happy and willing to do more.
We would be interested in providing a consulting/advisory service for film, theatre and television, regarding screen or stage portrayals of paranormal events and/or the investigation of the paranormal. We're not out to make money out of such a service, so please feel free to contact us about your project. Confidentiality is assured.
Please contact James Gilberd, co-founder and leader of The New Zealand Strange Occurrences Society. Note: James can be contacted more directly at Photospace - 1st floor, 37 Courtenay Place, Wellington 6011.
Media coverage for Strange Occurrences
Our team has been lucky enough over the years to attract a high level of interest from TV, radio and print media. Below is a selection of the main stories and articles that have appeared since 2008. Although some stories are a little tongue-in-cheek, all of the journalists we have worked directly with have been respectful of and genuinely interested in the work of Strange Occurrences.