Australia’s Haunted History – Books

A huge hug and a mighty loud shout-out to a great mate over in Australia, who has been doing great things within the paranormal field over there. Good on ya, Jeanette Kamper!
Continually keeping herself busy with investigations with her team and regular public events, to writing a series of very informative and helpful books, that I’d consider some of the better value out there in a cluttered sea of self-published and recycled dross. If you’re looking for well researched books about Australian hauntings, that cover a multitude of angles and avenues within this vast and often misrepresented paranormal spectrum, you shouldn’t scroll past these gems.
From Australia’s haunted histories; the myth and mystery, helpful tips for those getting into the field, right down to interviews and stories from the paranormal investigators themselves. Telling it like it really is, from their own real-life experience and learning during their personal research journey.
Today I received this copy to complete the set. Number four; the closing edition in the ‘Australia’s Haunted History’ series.
Totally honoured to have been included alongside some of my Aussie paranormalist friends in this series, with a few of my experiences added into the pages. (A generous number of pages too, I might add!)
I highly recommend these books if you’re interested in Australia’s dark history; want to learn from those braving it out in the field, or just love a good old ghost story.


By Mark Wallbank

Paranormal Investigator and Founder of Haunted Auckland. I have been a mad researcher of everything Paranormal, Extraterrestrial and Crypto-zoological, since early childhood. When not creating electronic music, watching Horror movies and documentaries, archiving and documenting NZ’s diverse and eclectic music history, I have spent countless hours investigating and furthering my research out in the field, either as part of a group or solo, since the early 80′s. I’ve spent much time in opportunistic investigations whilst travelling around New Zealand and Internationally.

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