The PumpHouse Theatre is located in the picturesque Killarney Park which sits on the edge of the equally beautiful and intriguing, Lake Pupuke. The PumpHouse operates as a venue for hire for the performing arts. It hosts a wide range of theatre, from plays, musicals, dance, stand-up comedy and many other kinds of events. But… Continue reading The PumpHouse Theatre
Experience a virtual tour of the PumpHouse Theatre right now! You can explore the PumpHouse Theatre and experience the atmosphere of the location for yourself without leaving home.
Hey everyone, just thought I’d jump in here and touch base, as I know it’s been a trying and testing time for many out there. Please stay strong, connected and safe through all this and most importantly, try and stay positive. There’s always light at the end of that dark tunnel. Paranormal pun? Here in… Continue reading Quick catch-up-update during Lock-down 2020
AUGUST 24th 7.30 pm till 1.00 am A night of Paranormal Investigation with Paranormal research team, Haunted Auckland. Here is your chance to join Haunted Auckland as a Paranormal Investigator, for a night of learning and fun in this fascinating and reportedly haunted historical location! Have you got what it takes? Note: This is an… Continue reading Pumphouse Theatre Public Paranormal Investigation Event – AUGUST 24th, 2019
Two events on the one night! Ghost Talking – A fun and fascinating evening of talks on various paranormal subjects. Followed by a public Ghost Hunt of the Theatre. Ghost Talking event speakers were…. Sam Collier – What are we so afraid of? Marlene Hayes – Demonic Possession – Diabolical or Psychological? Barbara Caisley… Continue reading Ghost Talking evening & Public Ghost Hunt @ The Pumphouse Theatre – Dec 1st 2018
The battle of Gettysburg occurred over the first three days in July 1863. This was the bloodiest battle of the American Civil War when the Union (North) army and the Confederate (South) armies fought for the future of the United States and according to some historians the Battle of Gettysburg was the turning point in… Continue reading Gettysburg – USA
By Chris Morris Sarah Anderson does not want to spook the audience. But she is struggling to explain recent mysterious incidents inside Dunedin’s Regent Theatre. The latest came early yesterday, when, in a dark and empty upstairs function room, a tap turned itself on. It began gushing water, flooding the room and then the box… Continue reading Ghostly gushing mystifies Regent workers
Just investigated this old beauty in Bath for a couple of hours. The Little Theatre; a two screened multi-cinema which was originally a community theatre for the underprivileged of Bath, changing to a cinema during the 1930’s. Cinema staff have experienced fluctuations in temperature and unexplained bangs. Footsteps, sounds of movement and shadows have also… Continue reading The Little Theatre – Bath
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That’s right folks; we’re heading back to the one of our favourite haunts, to spend time talking about ghosts and the paranormal, as well as spending the early hours with the alleged ghostly residents of this stunning 112 year old building situated on the edge of the equally mysterious Lake Pupuke. PUMPHOUSE THEATRE MARCH 24TH… Continue reading Public Events at the Pumphouse Theatre: Presentation Evening & all night Ghost Hunt Sleepover!
Construction work on the building, originally known as the “Grand Opera House”, began in 1911. William Pitt, the architect, was based in Melbourne, Australia, and much of the work was overseen by local architect Albert Liddy. The Opera House has three levels: stalls, circle and grand circle. It has fine moldings and an ornate dome.… Continue reading Wellington Opera House – Wellington
There are numerous ghosts reported to haunt this beautifully kept and much loved, iconic theatre. The St James Theatre was opened on Boxing Day, 1912. During the theatre’s first months, it was used primarily to play silent movies, but was later adapted to present live performances as well. The St. James has had a long… Continue reading St James Theatre, Wellington
Raetihi is a historic town in the central North Island of New Zealand. It is located 11 kilometres west of Ohakume. Founded in 1893, Raetihi originally relied on the Whanganui River for access. Nearly 15 years later, the town finally connected by road to Wanganui. The great fire of 1918 was a terrible setback to… Continue reading Theatre Royal – Raetihi
This was our last public ghost event for the year. This time at one of our favourite haunts, the Pumphouse Theatre in Takapuna. 22 keen folks attended on this rather chilly Saturday night; joining in with 5 hours of investigation, attempted communication, discussion and hands on exploration. Oh, and a way-too-much-food supper! CLICK ON PHOTOS TO… Continue reading PUBLIC GHOST HUNT: The Pumphouse Theatre
SEPTEMBER 1Oth 8pm till 1am! A night of Paranormal Investigation with New Zealand’s most active and recognised Paranormal research team. Join Haunted Auckland for a night of frights, learning and fun in this fascinating and reportedly haunted 110 year old historical location! Note: This is an R18 only event Get to see behind the scenes in this fascinating location and get… Continue reading The Pumphouse Theatre GHOST HUNT! Sept 10th
Ghosts; many have had experiences with them over thousands of years. Ghosts certainly aren’t a new fad. But what are ghosts? Straight up, there are only theories to explain the thousands upon thousands of documented experiences that people around the world have had since the beginning of recorded history. Ghosts and hauntings seem to be… Continue reading Paranormal Theories
The Regent Theatre is a theatre in Dunedin, New Zealand with a seating capacity of about 1,650. It is in The Octagon, the city’s central plaza, directly opposite the Municipal Chambers (Dunedin Town Hall) and close to the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. The Regent Theatre stands on the site of Dunedin’s most disastrous fire, whereby… Continue reading Regent Theatre, Dunedin
The team gained access for two research sessions within the long abandoned, dark and powerless, Regent Theatre and Auckland City central, to follow up on our recent exploratory session, with more indepth exploration, documentation and a few communication attempts, before it is demolished to make way for major development plans. Quite a lot of demolition has been done since our last visit a… Continue reading Regent Theatre, Auckland – Two research sessions
The team gained a second session within the mighty St James Theatre, to follow up on our recent exploratory session, with more indepth investigation, further exploration and documentation and a few communication attempts. This time we were joined by Joshua and Hinemoa from Hamilton’s Midnight Paranormal.
The Haunted Auckland team is privileged to have been granted rare access to the St James and Regent Theatres, now under renovations and major construction, to document the location in its current condition, its history and any possible paranormal activity that may be evident within the buildings. We intend carrying out a few research visits within these buildings… Continue reading St James Theatre, Auckland – Exploratory Session One