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Howick Historical Village: Solo Overnight Sessions – Lisa in Eckfords Farm Homestead.

Howick Historical Village: Solo Overnight Sessions – Lisa in Eckfords Farm Homestead.

On this night Mark, Barbara, Marlene, Sam and Lisa spent the night sleeping / investigating solo within the village. Each team member staying alone in one of the many buildings. Just themselves and whatever equipment or techniques they might choose to utilise that night for their investigation. Sam in the little Church

Of parrots, trolls and sheep…

Of parrots, trolls and sheep…

There are many researchers out there in this world, but only a small handful within each paranormal field; be it ghosts, UFOs or Cryptozoology, that I would give serious credence to. All have one thing in common; they aren’t armchair researchers. These people actually go out and spend their time

The Echoes of Carlile House

The Echoes of Carlile House

After the death of my mother and seeing her spirit, I felt like something opened up within myself making me a sensitive and seeing things that were not to my understanding at first. One of my stories is from a year or two ago when I asked two of my

Burrunjor

Burrunjor

The Burrunjor is an Australian dinosaur cryptid that resembles the theropod dinosaur T. rex, or maybe a neovenatorid allosaur like Australovenator, Megaraptor, or Rapator. The Burrunjor is described as being a giant lizard according to aboriginal mythology. Based on sightings it is 25 feet long and has small clawed hands and

Private Investigation, New Lynn

Private Investigation, New Lynn

The Haunted Auckland team were contacted and a home investigation was requested by a family who have been troubled by continuing mysterious activity for many years and decided it was time to try to get some answers.

Erskine College, Wellington

Erskine College, Wellington

History Erskine College in Wellington built from 1905 by the Society of the Sacred Heart, is a collection of Class 1 recognised historic buildings which include the Chapel of the Sacred Heart and the Main Block Convent. The premises served as a Catholic girls’ boarding school; Convent of the Sacred

Project Puhinui: Session Four – Puhinui House, Howick Historical Village

Project Puhinui: Session Four – Puhinui House, Howick Historical Village

Session Four: 30th April 2016 – Solo Overnight vigil by Lisa Ward. I thought it was a nice old house, very representative of the 1800s. I loved the Veranda. I went in treating it as an ordinary ‘un-haunted’ house and thought that I would just see if anything happened to convince

Carrington Hotel, Katoomba. Australia

Carrington Hotel, Katoomba. Australia

The Carrington Hotel, built in 1880 and nestled in the beautiful Blue Mountains township of Katoomba has a few spooky secrets of its own.

Otuataua Stonefields Historic Reserve

Otuataua Stonefields Historic Reserve

This is one of the city’s last volcanic areas where you can see the large-scale stonework and earthwork remains that show how people once lived and worked. A stark reminder of Auckland’s volcanic past. Location and History: 56 Ihumatao Quarry Road, Mangere. 21.1km – 27 minutes drive from Downtown Auckland.


Paranormal New Zealand is the home of Haunted Auckland, a Paranormal Investigation and Research group.

We are a dedicated group of paranormal enthusiasts, all having one thing in common – a passion and drive to find out as much as humanly possible about the mysterious and unknown field that is the Paranormal, as well as documenting New Zealand’s historical buildings and landmarks in their current state.

Through the years the team have investigated:

Auckland

… as well as many private home visits around Auckland and surrounding towns.

Some of the services and experience we have on offer:

Research and Investigation of buildings, historical locations and businesses

Photo & video analysis

Photographic enhancements

General paranormal consultation

Historical Research

Conferences / Public speaking

Educational talks & fundraising for historical locations

Media interviews


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