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We at APIS have been fortunate to work with the Media on several occasions. More and more people have become interested in the Paranormal in recent years, due to increasing TV and media coverage. The subject of the Paranormal is being taken more seriously. A lot of scientific research is being done to try and uncover some of the incidents being reported by witnesses, who have reported strange going's on in their home or place of work etc......

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APIS was privileged with another exclusive investigation, this time at Watford Central Library.  We were invited to research the reports of hauntings reported by library staff over a period of more than 30 years.  It turned out to be our most interesting ghost watch of 2007, with a variety of phenomena witnessed by the team that night in October.

 

Watford Observer

Friday October 19th 2007

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‘Books that go bump in the night’ by Filip Hnizdo’

A well balanced piece about our night’s work that reported all the facts accurately. Congratulations go to the Watford Observer’s rather exotically named Filip Hnizdo!  Local press in our experience have invariably proved to be both interested and helpful, so we are always pleased to co-operate with them. 

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'Imprints of the past hidden in our haunted houses' by Katherine Lynch

This is my favourite editorial because it was the first to publicise the fledgling APIS (or API as we were known then). Katherine Lynch, the reporter, kept in touch and when she went to join the BBC it led to APIS conducting an 'on air' investigation at a haunted radio station - BBC Three Counties (copies of this report are available from the APIS Chairman at £3.00 each plus p&p).

 

Biggleswade Chronicle

Friday January 10th 2003

 

 

 

From being a 'budding author' I went on to have two books published. Ghostly Bedfordshire and Ghostly Hertfordshire. I am now working on my third book on

The Five Bells at Cople was a great meeting place. Landlord Dave Burns was a good friend to APIS but he moved abroad and our club outgrew it's premises. We moved to a much bigger and better venue, at The Anchor in Tempsford in Bedfordshire. It is conveniently placed right on the A1 with ample parking. This has become APIS long-term meeting place.

 

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'Tale of the unexpected' by Louise Sassoon'

One year later and this time APIS made the front page of my local newspaper - The Baldock Crow. Plucky young reporter Louise Sassoon, joined the APIS Team for an overnight vigil at Henricks, the (very) haunted hairdressing salon in Royston, Hertfordshire.

It was a very eventful night and Louise wasn't disappointed in her expectations of ghostly activity. Our subsequent re-investigations continue to encounter poltergeist phenomena and we continue to monitor events at Henricks.

 

 

Baldock Crow

Thursday September 30th 2004

Our thanks go to Mark Henrick, without his full co-operation these investigations would not be possible. (Copies of this investigation report are currently available). For a full account of the 'Hauntings at the hairdressers', read the chapter on Royston in Ghostly Hertfordshire.