NWPIA is a paranormal
research and investigation team serving the Pacific Northwest. Using both
experimental and proven methods for collecting evidence of the paranormal, we
work to help people understand the phenomenon that they are experiencing.
Everything that we do is free of charge, and completely confidential. Our goals
are to search, learn, document, share what we have learned, and to hopefully
someday understand the rules of engagement between the material world and the
Helping people understand the paranormal for free since 2004
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Bush House Inn (nwprg)
Wellington (NWPIA x 10 )
Old Everett Theater ( WNP )
Skykomish Hotel (WNP)
All Pilgrims Church (WNP)
Spooked in Seattle Underground ( Ross )
Uss Turner Joy ( Ross and NWPRG )
for more NWPIA and Wellington Videos Check out our youtube webisodes
Wellington end of 2009 video
Wellington 2011 " ghost Bait "
Jenny and Bobby
Bert Coates, Owner of NWPIA
5/8/2013 The time has come to end this wonderful adventure. Even in times of Great War there will always be peace. NWPIA has been a great triumph in my life and I will miss it tremendously. Iíll remember all the wonderful times and people we have met along the way. Even the Fítards played a small role in making NWPIA as successful as it is. From the smallest adventures to the greatest challenges, we met them all head on without one of us giving up.
NWPIA to me is the greatest paranormal team that our budget could afford. Along the way they became teachable, and then they became the teachers. Everyone had ideas, good ideas, and even beyond comprehendible mathematical, Holy Christ on a cross, youíre fíing smart, ideas. This outstanding team became my life; each one of you became part of a story that created a miniseries. They are and always will be the letters that spell out NWPIA.
The one thing Iíve learned about ghost/paranormal research is always expect the unexpected. From the paranormal accounts, to the people in the field. Many of you are wonderful explores and researchers that have done so much for this hobby/life style.
Wellington is and has been NWPIAís second home from 2004 to 2013. The long hours of research with the team or alone has been an adventure all in its own. When I die thatís where youíll find me. During the summer months.
I also want to thank everyone that has shared the time with us at Wellington.
You'll still see me at Wellington from time to time working with other teams in the area or giving tours to those that want to learn more about the history or ghosts from the past.
We'll keep nwpia.com alive and will keep you posted on any upcoming events.