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Our guide to the spooky places in Northern Kentucky.

Northern Kentucky is steeped in history, so it’s no surprise that there are many allegedly haunted places dotting both the city and rural landscapes. Here is a short list of opportunities to learn more our paranormal neighbors...

...Things going “bump in the night” at your house? You might want to contact the nonprofit organization, Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky (PINK). With nine years of experience, these local ghost hunters can discover if you have a spirit on your hands, or just a spirited furnace moaning out for repairs. The team has led investigations at Covington’s Carnegie Theatre and the Baker Hunt Center (starting point of the Covington is Haunted tour) as well as private homes throughout Northern Kentucky. Averaging 24 investigations a year, they incorporate technology including infrared cameras, digital audio recorders and environmental measurement devices to document and capture the paranormal activity. The resulting findings are shared with the homeowner and resolutions are discussed.

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Kentucky Life
Next Kentucky Life celebrates Halloween with Louisville’s Zombie Attack, Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky, Voices of Elmwood in Owensboro and more

The program meets the characters who congregate on Bardstown Road for the annual Louisville Zombie Attack; Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky try to find explanations for claims of paranormal activity; in Voices of Elmwood, actors portray deceased residents of Daviess County and tell their stories at gravesides; and Shuffett investigates the life of Hopkinsville native and clairvoyant Edgar Cayce.

Then, the program spends some time with the Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky, known as PINK, an organization that observes, documents and tries to find explanations—natural or otherwise—for claims of paranormal activity at sites in the Northern Kentucky area. PINK uses a wide range of technology, including infrared cameras, digital audio recorders and environmental measurement devices.

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In 2009, PINK was the subject of a short documentary created by Northern Kentucky University media students. Although this video does not include all of our current members, we feel that it serves as a good introductory snapshot of who we are and what we do. Enjoy! Click here for the full story...
Fort Thomas Matters
The Pub and Southern Smoke BBQ Serving Up Something a Little Spookier

The Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky broke this to Megan (Arnzen) Krieg, who is part of the Arnzen family, the owners of the Fort Thomas Pub.

...After noticing the creepy picture before posting it, Krieg and the Arnzen family contacted Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky (referred to as PINK), to do a full investigation of the building.

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WCPO Cincinnati
Meet Mike Palmer, founder of Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky

When was Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky (PINK) founded and how many places have you investigated?

How many of your cases do you think were truly paranormal?

What was your scariest experience working in this business?

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Are you troubled by strange, shadowy forms hovering over your bed at night?

Are you curious to know who (or what) is causing that incessant knocking in the attic?

Are you concerned for your children, who keep complaining about the creepy man in the basement who no one else can see?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you've come to the right place.

Who We Are

Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky (PINK) is a team of passionate, talented professionals who endeavor to educate, validate, and bring peace of mind to individuals and businesses who are troubled by hauntings. Founded in 2005, we operate primarily in Northern Kentucky, Southwest Ohio and Southeast Indiana.Then in October 2016 our sister group PFC Paranormal​ was founded in Northern Florida. They are being lead by one of our senior members and will be operating in Northern Florida and Southern Georgia. We pride ourselves on our reputation as one of the most trustworthy, experienced, and active paranormal research organizations in the Tri-State area.

What We Do

Upon request, we travel to purportedly haunted sites and conduct investigations to try and observe, document, and explain claims of paranormal activity. Using a wide variety of modern technological devices such as infrared cameras, digital audio recorders, and environmental measurement devices, we attempt to capture and document quantitative and qualitative evidence of paranormal activity. In addition, we also regularly employ intuitive and experimental techniques such as dowsing and pendulum divination in our attempts to discern the true nature of the disturbance.

During our investigations, our first recourse is to find natural explanations for the paranormal activity that our clients experience. When we are unable to do so, we strive to obtain evidence of paranormal phenomena to help our clients verify their experiences. Regardless of our findings, we always do our utmost to provide a satisfactory resolution to our clients’ concerns.

You can learn more about our investigative techniques and philosophy in our Methodology area.

Privacy Policy

PINK and PFC is deeply aware of the trust our clients place in us and our responsibility to protect their privacy. We never publish, talk about, or otherwise compromise any of our clients’ personal information such as street address, name, or contact information without implicit authorization to do so.

We may share non-identifying evidence and investigation case files with the public via our website and presentations, but always review to omit any sensitive information from these materials prior to doing so.

Please contact us if you have any questions.