Maritime Paranormal News

We would like to thank all of our visitors for their continued support – because of you we have blown away our monthly visitor milestone with an astounding 2278 visits in the month of March!

The Maritime Paranormal team has had a busy year so far! We are currently working multiple cases of alleged paranormal activity in the following areas: Moncton, New Brunswick; Kings County, Nova Scotia; Sackville, Nova Scotia; and Liverpool, Nova Scotia.

We started off the year by returning to a previously investigated haunted location in Springhill, Nova Scotia, which we had investigated in June 2010. We walked away with a number of anomalous recordings on our first visit and thought the¬†location warranted further investigation. While we didn’t capture as much activity on our second visit, we managed to capture a number of EVP as well as some personal experiences.

On March 31, 2011, we concluded a paranormal investigation involving an alleged spirit attachment in the Sackville, Nova Scotia area. We are still reviewing the data collected during the investigation, however, we feel that we made a positive impact on the lives of those involved, and feel that our consultation provided them with the means to empower themselves in the future.  We feel it is part of our mandate to let people know they are not alone in their experiences, and offer our guidance and knowledge as a means of providing comfort regarding paranormal experiences.

We’re happy to announce that we have recently expanded our team with a few new members: a professional writer, an Art Director/Senior UI designer, a Forestry Technician, and new investigators and researchers! Two of our investigators are also planning a trip to a famous haunted location in the United States in May 2011. Stay tuned for more information and bios of our new members!

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