The Stratford Star published an article on Friday, October 31, 2014 about our Bradley-Hubbell House investigation last year, as part of a project with the Historical Society of Easton at the time. The article can be read here.
On Thursday, October 30, 2014, the Norwich Bulletin published an article about our project with the Lisbon Historical Society, reporting on our investigations of the Burnham Tavern and John Bishop House as well as our presentation for the historical society afterward, in which admission fees to the event helped to raise funds for the restoration of Burnham Tavern. The article can be read here.
The Westport News was on hand to record a presentation we conducted for the Westport Historical Society on Sunday, September 28, 2014. The article can be read here.
On Friday, July 4, 2014, the New Haven Register published an article regarding our investigations of the Harrison House in Branford CT, in preparation of our July 10 presentation at Branford’s Blackstone Library. The article can be read here.
On Friday, July 11, 2014, the New Haven Register published an article about our presentation at Branford’s Blackstone Library, as a reporter was present for the event, sponsored by the Branford Historical Society. The article can be read here.
Episode 9 of the popular Connecticut podcast “Welcome to Connecticut” features host Ken Tuccio sitting down with Adam Shefts, Founder of NPIS, to discuss all things related to paranormal investigating. Aired May 29, 2014.
On Friday, November 1, 2013, The North Haven Citizen published a front page story of our investigation of the Martha Culver House in North Haven, CT as well as of our October 27 presentation for the North Haven Historical Society. The story can be read here.
An article about our recent investigation of the Raymond-Fitch House in Wilton, CT appeared in the Friday, October 18, 2013 publication of The Wilton Daily Voice and can be read here.
On October 2, 2013, Ink Publications ran a feature article on NPIS for their annual
Halloween story. Click here to read the story.
Pictured in the team portrait are (from left to right) Adam Shefts, Kyle Berthiaume, Alivia Lulay and Jessica Berthiaume.
On September 6, 2013, NPIS Founder/Director Adam Shefts and Co-Director Mark Firulli were featured in a segment on WTNH’s CT Style, discussing the team, sharing and explaining evidence and promoting the team’s upcoming presentation schedule.
An article about our recent investigation of Phelps Tavern in Simsbury, CT appeared in the Thursday, September 5, 2013 publication of The Valley Press and can be read here.
On Friday, August 30, 2013, The North Haven Citizen published a front page story of our investigation of the Martha Culver House in North Haven, CT. The story can be read here.
Our own Adam Shefts was interviewed for an article in the August 8, 2013 edition of The Cheshire Citizen. The article followed the investigation of the Hitchcock-Phillips House, home of the Cheshire Historical Society, which NPIS investigated July 27. The article can be read here.
On Thursday, August 1, 2013, NPIS was featured in an article in The Record-Journal regarding an investigation conducted of the Hitchcock-Phillips House in Cheshire CT, home to the Cheshire Historical Society. The article can be read here.
The New Haven Register published an article on Sunday, July 21, 2013 regarding our July 13 investigation of Andrews Homestead in Meriden CT, currently home of the Meriden Historical Society. The story can be read here.
On Thursday, July 4, 2013, The Cheshire Citizen printed a story about our upcoming investigation of the Hitchcock-Phillips House, currently home to the Cheshire Historical Society. The story can be read here. (click story to enlarge)
On Sunday, April 7, 2013, NPIS conducted a successful presentation at the Simsbury Masonic Lodge, sponsored by the Simsbury Historical Society. A journalist from the Valley Press was on hand to cover the event. The resulting article can be read here.
On Monday, December 24, 2012, NPIS was featured in an article in The Simsbury News regarding two previous investigations conducted of Phelps Tavern, an historic property run by the Simsbury Historical Society. You can read the story here. The article was also picked up and posted by a moderator of the official message board of Paranormal Research Society (PRS) of “Paranormal State” fame and can be seen here.
On Friday, October 26, 2012, The North Haven Citizen printed a story about our October 16 North Haven Memorial Library presentation. We would like to thank the editor of the The North Haven Citizen, Kyle Swartz, for attending the presentation and for writing an excellent story. The 3-page story can be read here. A teaser for the story was posted online the day before, which can be seen here.
On June 29, 2012, Adam Shefts was a featured guest on the popular streamline radio program “The Paranormal Hour” on Bellmead Strong Radio 1570 AM, hosted by Mike and Cindy of McLennan County Paranormal Investigations in Texas. Adam discussed the NPIS team, their investigations and other areas of the paranormal. The link to the program will be posted here as soon as it is available.
“The Most Realistic Ghost Movies… As Chosen By a Ghost Hunter”. Barnaby Mortensen was invited to write about some of his favorite paranormal movies that depicted experiences similar to those experienced in real life. You can read the article here.
On October 25, 2011, Adam Shefts and Barnaby Mortensen were featured on the “Chaz & AJ in the Morning Show” on 99.1 WPLR and 95.9 The Fox, two popular CT radio stations. The broadcast archive can be heard here.
On October 21, 2011, Yonkers Rising did a story about our upcoming presentation at Philipse Manor Hall. The story begins on Page 1 and resumes on Page 6. You can read the story here.
On October 18, 2011, we were featured in CT’s Record-Journal newspaper. The article discusses our upcoming presentation at the Wallingford Library as well as some backstory to who we are and what we do. You can read the article here.
NPIS was referenced in Rue Morgue magazine’s Halloween/October 2011 issue in regards to how realistic paranormal activity references are in movies vs. real life. Our own Barnaby Mortensen was quoted alongside Ryan Buell of Paranormal State and J.V. Johnson of TAPS fame. You can read the article here.