Current NPIS News
Thursday, May 23 – 7:30pm
Farmington Public Library (Farmington, CT)
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Tuesday, October 8 – 6:30pm
Meriden Public Library (Meriden, CT)
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NPIS to be first team to investigate properties of the NY State Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation
Beginning June 2013, NPIS has been invited as the first team to investigate historic properties of this New York historic preservation organization. The names of these properties cannot be released yet but will appear in our “News” section once the investigations are completed. Evidence captured, if any, will also be posted in our “Evidence” section.
NPIS TO INVESTIGATE PROPERTY OF MERIDEN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Beginning July 2013, NPIS has been invited to investigate a property run by the Meriden Historical Society in Meriden CT. The name of the property cannot be released at this time but will appear in our “News” section once the investigation is completed. Evidence captured, if any, will also be posted in our “Evidence” section.
NPIS’s Adam Shefts’s recently published book, “When Ghosts Appear, History Speaks”, is now available for sale at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and on our website at a discounted price.
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PROJECT CONTINUES WITH SIMSBURY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Following two investigations of Phelps Tavern and a successful presentation, the Simsbury Historical Society (SHS) of Simsbury CT has agreed to continue working with NPIS on future investigations of their properties. We are grateful for their generosity and look forward to continue working with the SHS in the months ahead.
Northeast Paranormal Investigations Society (NPIS)
is an established Connecticut based paranormal investigations team which conducts
research and scientific investigations of private, public, commercial and historic venues
throughout the Northeast region of the United States.
NPIS has formed professional relationships with historical societies and properties in
multiple states and have conducted successful presentations which help in the funding
of historical society property restoration and programming.
Our investigators possess a vast knowledge of the paranormal and are educated in the
many types of equipment used in conducting a complete, thorough and professional
We believe that with the right knowledge and informed use of technology in the field,
we are able to document paranormal data efficiently and effectively. We have been
very successful in documenting paranormal activity in which we then are able to
correlate the evidence captured with the history of a location.
NPIS believes that with the right combination of scientific equipment and
methods of investigating, along with knowledge and persistence, we can continue
discovering ways of breaking barriers to the unknown and be able to communicate
with the paranormal at a higher percentage rate than what currently exists.
If you are interested in having NPIS conduct an investigation or presentation,
please contact us and let us know how we can help you.