A group of Highland Paranormal ghost hunters based in Inverness are looking for the latest recruit


Liam Shand, co-founder of Highland Paranormal in the grounds of Old High Church. Photo: James Mackenzie

Inverness Ghostbusters are looking for a new recruit.

The Highland Paranormal Group is looking for a Volunteer Investigator to assist in their investigations of paranormal activity.

The organization, which has been operating since 2010, regularly organizes events such as ghost walks as well as private cases and efforts to clear up mysterious happenings.

Co-founder Liam Shand (48) is recruiting for the new role, with a passion for the unexplained one of the job’s top priorities.

Previous experience with the occult would also help any would-be ghost hunters stand out from the crowd, but event management, social media and website skills would also be helpful in enabling the group to continue to thrive, a said Mr. Shand.

Full training will also be given to everyone who signs up for the spooky challenge.

Mr. Shand said: “The key we are looking for is someone with real passion.

“We have had cases from all over North East Scotland. Some explore or dispel publicly known myths and others are private cases in order to help people sleep better at night.

“We are truly lucky to have a real treasure on our doorstep.”

The group is currently the only one in Scotland associated with the Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) who were the subject of the popular US TV show Ghost Hunters.

Investigations over the past year have taken the group across the Highlands, including to the Black Isle.

Applications can be made to [email protected] with the closing date this Monday.

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