Tuesday, June 19, 2018

VISIT NPI ON CANADA DAY!


COQUITLAM CELEBRATES CANADA DAY!


Visit team members from Northern Paranormal Investigations at Coquitlam's Town Centre Park on Sunday July 1, 2018.  

NPI's tent will be located on the Community Drive from 12:00PM to 6:00PM.

Admission is FREE!

Check out the city's website for more information: 
We will have EVP to listen to, and photos/videos to see.

Come by and tell us your own haunting stories, we would love to hear them!
You can also email them to npi.bc.ca@gmail.com. We will share your story on our website/blog. 

We hope to see you all there! 


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Saturday, June 16, 2018

Hi everyone I have been a tad late on responding to some of the comments left for us on the posts we have made. First off the New Westminster School post. We have recieved a notable responce that the story that was posted was not real or correct.

We thank you for letting us know that it seems to be just a story and yes that may be true. But we also post ghost stories that are just that ghost stories. Its seems we have upset a few people and we appoligize for that.

We also noted the responce to the chinlac murder site. apperently this was spelt wrong. But once again it was just a ghost story we heard of and shared. So first off the spelling as we have been told is Chun-lac. We would again like to learn more.

NPI will be looking into these further very soon. while we do Please send us your write up on how thes tails might have happend and how it has become what it has.

You can send them to the following and we will post it on our blog thanks.

npi.bc.ca@gmail.com

Darryl Pearson
Founder
NPI

VPI guest investigator

Last year NPI had a public reveal at the historic Vancouver Police Museum. We had a number of VIP people join us for the night of which 2 won an opportunity to join NPI on a later investigation. One of those winners recently joined us at the historic Bernie Legge Theatre in New Westminster BC. Here is her experience.


NPI Paranormal Investigation Experience

Recently my partner and I had the rare experience to join the NPI team on a paranormal investigation they were doing in the New Westminster area, and what an experience it was. We had won the opportunity as VIP’s at the Vancouver Police Museum’s reveal of what the team had experienced in that building during an investigation back in the fall.
Having had experiences myself in the past with loved ones reaching out and a possible inherited ghost cat in our house, I am a believer but also a cautious skeptic. I was looking forward to hearing some of the others personal experiences which they openly shared with us.
Right from the very beginning of the evening, the team was incredibly welcoming and shared their wealth of knowledge not only about the property but also about their process and the impressive array of equipment they use. While the team set up, Ken gave us a tour of the venue and explained the extensive history of the building. Having that knowledge in our minds, I believe, added to the experience of being in the space and feeling the energies it held.
Once all the gear was set up and the lights went out, the night really got going. I was fascinated by the types of questions the team asked and the background they had on specific entities that have been known to inhabit or visit the property. The range of prompts for activity from the team really blew me away. I, of course, have the movie or television stereotypes in mind, knowing it’s not really like that but I did find the range of questions and the approach of each team member incredibly interesting.
We started our first EVP session on the main floor of the building and spent approx half an hour there, reaching out to anyone wanting to come forward and make contact with us. There were a few instances of cold breezes and shadows as well as individuals feeling chills or ringing in their ears. The ringing in the ears was something I had not known to be an indication of activity. Again, fascinating.

After that, we headed into the basement portion of the property. Now I should say here that the overall feeling in this building, for me, was not one of danger or evil. It’s an exciting and energetic environment from day to day and I never felt anything threatening…until toward the end of the evening and I’ll get to that. Our second EVP session was held in one half of the basement. There seemed to be a fair bit of activity in this part of the building. Many of the team members began to feel different types of activity, not all of it positive . Once we wrapped that session we took a small break to chat about what occurred in the basement and how everyone was feeling. I could tell there was excitement but also a little apprehension to head into the other half of the basement based on the feelings from the last session. This portion of the building had a slightly darker past. We set up in this space and turned the lights out. Almost right away, a K2 EMF reader positioned over the head of team member Nikki started to spike.

The meter did this throughout the session. At times it seemed to spike in response to certain questions. This was the space I started to feel uncomfortable in. Many of the members were getting feelings of an unhappy and possibly malevolent spirit. A few of the members were responding to darker feelings and therefore starting to ask more intense questions in a more forceful tone. At that point, for me, the mood changed. I believe I was feeling what the others were more in-tuned to and that energy was making me incredibly anxious. We ended that session and headed back upstairs to catch our breath and share our experiences from that space. A smaller group of NPI team returned to the basement to carry out one more session to finish out the evening.
And that concluded our time with NPI team. I cannot thank Darryl, Nikki, Holly, Connie, Ken, Mike, Bev, Ray and the people at the venue for allowing us to tag along on such an amazing experience. I look forward to hearing and seeing any of the additional material the equipment was able to pick up during our investigation.

Between all the members of the NPI team, the wealth of knowledge and experience is vast and for them to share that with completely inexperienced newbies was such a treat.
If you ever get the opportunity to join an investigation, I highly recommend you grab the chance.

Thanks again,
Nicole