++JOIN US ON A GHOST WALK WHERE THE TITANIC WAS BUILT.++



 

NIPRA run a 90 minute ghost walk of the world famous, (and very haunted) Titanic dry dock and pump house, if you are lucky you may witness some of the ghostly goings on, dare you enter?, tours run every Wednesday and Friday from 21.30 hrs to 23.00 hrs, or if you can get a group of ten or more why not have a private ghost walk of the site, or a special 4 hour paranormal investigation using ghost hunting equipment. To book call Warren on 07702102082. 

The haunted pump house.






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The Northern Ireland Paranormal Research Association (NIPRA), was established in 1991, and was the first Paranormal research group in Ireland. We offer now, and always have done a professional and reliable service. This is free of charge to the public, from advice regarding the Paranormal and the Occult to conducting full investigations and clearings, if you think you are having Paranormal activity, and feel funny about contacting a group like ours dont, you are not alone we are here to help. with over thirty years of experience in the Paranormal and the Occult, we can offer sound advice and help, we are a spiritual based group but we still look for logical reason first, if it is a true haunting then the spirit will let us know. contact Warren on 07702102082 for details.

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Do you think you could stay in a haunted castle?, why dont you join us to help investigate some of Irelands most haunted castles.........Dare you enter?.
check our NIPRA tour section for dates and prices.       

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