Kimberley Lendrum

Kimberley WattsWhen I was little I always had a fascination with the paranormal.  I always went to the part of the book store or the library that had the books containing the paranormal.  When I was about three or four years old I saw my first apparition, she spoke to me with loving words and gave me a kiss on the cheek. As my mother entered the room to see who I was talking to, she felt a cold rush of air hit her as if someone was running right past her.  When I was 16 years old I saw my second apparition, who to this day is still witnessed at my parents’ house.  This is when it became more than a fascination to me.  I wanted to learn more about the paranormal and help people who are scared and who want some help and guidance.

I received an EMF meter, an audio recorder and a thermometer for Christmas seven years ago, and that really kicked off my passion.  I spent many a weekend investigating with a group of friends. kim

We investigated graveyards and abandoned buildings around Auckland.

We also did a few hours at Kingseat.

When investigating, I always try be sceptical but maintain an open mind.  As I feel it is important to give the client the most accurate results.

My saying is, “If in doubt, throw it out”.

When She’s not ghost hunting,  Kimberley Lendrum is a Registered Nurse with a speciality in Oncology/Haematology and Palliative care.