As the year draws to an end we thought we’d do a quick round up of what’s been happening at NGI towers these last twelve months.
The beginning of the year saw NGI involved with it’s regular charity events. We joined TVs Richard Felix andIan Lawman at Chillingham Castle to help raise money for the Butterwick Children’s hospice and we also ran a charity night to help save a local music centre.
The rest of the year saw NGI concentrate more on private investigations and research. We’ve been invited to a couple of interesting locations that have previously not been investigated before, and we hope to bring you the reports in the new year.
The amount of private house investigations that we’ve been called to have also increased this year. We are pleased to report that we have had a lot of success with helping distressed families come to terms with their paranormal issues. This is the most important aspect of the work we do, and we take great satisfaction knowing that we have made a difference.
Earlier this year we put out a request for new team members and we were staggered with the quality of responses that we recieved. We are sure that our lucky applicants will be a great asset to the team in 2012.
2011 has also seen NGI conduct further interviews for local radio and newspapers on all things ghostly.
So what of the future? Well, we’ve been asked to get involved in a few interesting projects in 2012 both academic and entertaining; more news on those as they are confirmed. We hope to start using our YouTube channel a lot more and we’ve got some fun things in mind so watch this space. Other than that we’ll no doubt continue the same way as we’ve been doing… well we must be doing something right to still be here after all these years.