An appeal by a group of ghost-hunters for somewhere paranormal to probe has garnered good wishes - but not ghouls.Great Yarmouth Paranormal Investigations (GYPI) is actively looking for haunts to study but despite a Mercury plea for bookings the group's diary remains eerily quiet.
An appeal by a group of ghost-hunters for somewhere paranormal to probe has garnered good wishes - but not ghouls.
Great Yarmouth Paranormal Investigations (GYPI) is actively looking for haunts to study but despite a Mercury plea for bookings the group's diary remains eerily quiet.
Founder Val Dover said however that she had been heartened by the positive public response with a flutter of emails and telephone calls wishing them all the best with the hobby-activity - a free service which aims to reassure people worried they may be living with a spirit in limbo.
Ms Dover added that the run-up to Christmas was a always a quiet time and that the group had plenty of outdoor locations lined up for the new year like St Benets Abbey in Ludham and the Roman fort at Burgh Castle.
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However the four-strong group were keen to carry out investigations in people's homes and public buildings using a range of technical wizardry including stealth and infra-red cameras as well as their own intuition.
GYPI can be contacted via 0754 8208664, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website gypi.co.uk.
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