Past Investigations by Former Members

Some images of places past members had the pleasure of investigating

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WPG Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a service to the community members of Winnipeg and Southern Manitoba who may be experiencing paranormal phenomena. If contacted, we provide a complete investigation, document all evidence and search for the historical background of a location. We guarantee anonymity, privacy and confidentiality for the client unless otherwise requested, with empathy and integrity being our top priority. Our primary goal is to find normal and logical explanations for all phenomena that may occur during the course of an investigation; however, if we are unable to find a rational reason for the occurrence, this may be considered evidence for a paranormal...

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Winnipeg Paranormal Group and the Darkman Case

We found a number of anomalies at this home we investigated in the city. In fact, we followed up with a second investigation because of the team member experiences and to gather more evidence. The family at this location reported strange sounds on a daily basis. The main concern was for the safety of their young children. The four-year-old little boy told his mother a dark man lived in his bedroom closet, hence the case name. The residents reported sounds on the main floor as though someone was walking around at night and dark shadows in the halls. We discovered after the investigation that another former tenant who lived there reported similar experiences. A number of us experienced what we could only conclude as being paranormal including the feeling of being touched, a team member reported seeing a child’s hand waving as well as another team member who saw what she could only describe as pure white smoke traveling up to the ceiling before dissipating. Pictures were taken immediately after near the bed where the incidences occurred. When one of the members was looking at the pics on her phone, she stopped on the second picture below and could see that there was a difference in color on the bed as if there were an outline of someone standing on the bed. Without discussing it with anyone else, she passed it around the table and they all immediately pointed it out. We all came to the conclusion that it looked as if it were a girl standing on the bed. After we had come to this conclusion, one of the members who withheld information from the rest of the team for fear of influencing people told the story of a former resident who used to see a girl appearing in different areas of the home.  ...

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Winnipeg Paranormal Group on CJOB’s Road Trip

The Winnipeg Paranormal Group got together with CJOB Road Trip’s Michael Clark to explore haunted vehicles including a 1950s ambulance and a hearse. Did they find anything paranormal? Watch and listen to find out! The radio version of the spooky Road Trip show aired on October 26th. The Road Trip has more than 180,000 subscribers. The Road Trip airs on Shaw TV several times a week. x...

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They Ain’t afraid of No Ghosts at Winnipeg Paracon

Updated: July 12, 2013 | 12:30 pm By Shane Gibson Metro Ghosts, UFOs, psychics, and all the things that go bump in the night are on the agenda for the city’s first paranormal convention set to haunt the Marlborough Hotel this weekend. A dozen speakers from here and around the world are lined up to give presentations at Winnipeg Paracon 2013, and despite some of the spine chilling topics on tap — and a midnight séance scheduled to take place in the nearly 100-year-old hotel’s basement — organizer Sharon Granger tells Metro the event shouldn’t creep anyone out too much. “You have to realize that people, whether they’re dead or alive, they’re the same — they’re still human,” she laughed after a Metro reporter admitted to being scared of ghosts. “It’s not really that scary.” The speakers — including Winnipeg’s own ‘Ghostbusters’ Adam Dreger-Desjarlais and Alex Ivory of the Winnipeg Paranormal Group and local UFO investigator and researcher Chris Rutkowski — take a serious and scientific look at investigating the paranormal and out of this world, said Granger, herself a paranormal investigator. “Some of them will be talking about dealing with clients and how to go ahead with investigations safely and legally,” she explained, noting the popularity of ghost hunting television shows has skewed the general public’s view of the process. “That’s purely entertainment… we’re here to say that’s not really how we do...

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The Residential Specialists have arrived

The Winnipeg Paranormal Group (WPG), known for investigating paranormal activity in many famed attractions in Winnipeg and surrounding areas, is officially taking house calls. The Winnipeg Paranormal Group Residential Specialists – or WPGRS – is made up of five members of the original WPG. However, they will specialize in heading to homes where residents claim to have had unusual activity, possibly of the paranormal variety. The WPGRS was started due to demand from the public. Several e-mails are received each week to the group asking if their investigators could come out and check their homes. Due to the high demand, WPG recruited new members and have officially launched the Residential Specialists. The WPGRS, headed by investigators Adam Dreger-Desjarlais and Chris Reid, are officially taking requests for service – all offered for free. Winnipeg Paranormal Group members will also be available at the Central Canada Comic Con this November to take questions and try to debunk any paranormal ideas that visitors may have. Equipment and videos from WPG will also be on display. The WPGRS is being announced on the heels of wrapping up an investigation at the Festival du Voyageur head office on August 11, 2012. To have some of the WPGRS members visit your home, please send a detailed e-mail to wpgparanormal@gmail.com. The Winnipeg Paranormal Group was founded in 2008. The team has investigated and even debunked areas in Southern Manitoba that have a paranormal legend attached to them. For more information on the Winnipeg Paranormal Group, visit...

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