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QPI is a group of five people with an interest in paranormal activity who are Brisbane's real-life Ghostbusters. They respond to calls of wayward spirits harassing buildings across the city.
Ms Page, owns historic Cooroona House at Wynnum, on Brisbane's bayside. She called QPI last week after spending just three days in her 1930s heritage-listed home, which she bought for $1.2 million.
The property was once owned by a colonial mayor of Wynnum and was converted to a nursing home in 1961.
The nursing home closed in 2006 after the owners declared bankruptcy and Ms Page believes not all of the tenants have moved out.
"Just after I moved in, a man yelled, 'How can you live there with all those dead people'," Ms Page said.
"I'd heard taps dripping while there was no water on, doors slamming shut, neighbours had heard voices and dancing, and an electrician was grabbed by the ankle while walking downstairs."
Using thermal imaging cameras, electro magnetic field detectors, voice recorders and a video camera, the QPI team – founder Amanda Richardson, psychic Simon Xavier, researcher Rebecca Bentson, investigator Linda Bundesen and psychic Louisa Snoke – captured what they say is proof of spirit activity: light orbs, voices and footprints.
A bedroom near the former nurses' station was a standout for eeriness.
 
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showing you what goes on , on an investigation.
see a real live psychic at work and how we investigate with them.

QPI is a group of five people with an interest in paranormal activity who are Brisbane's real-life Ghostbusters. They respond to calls of wayward spirits harassing buildings across the city.
Ms Page, owns historic Cooroona House at Wynnum, on Brisbane's bayside. She called QPI last week after spending just three days in her 1930s heritage-listed home, which she bought for $1.2 million.
The property was once owned by a colonial mayor of Wynnum and was converted to a nursing home in 1961.
The nursing home closed in 2006 after the owners declared bankruptcy and Ms Page believes not all of the tenants have moved out.
"Just after I moved in, a man yelled, 'How can you live there with all those dead people'," Ms Page said.
"I'd heard taps dripping while there was no water on, doors slamming shut, neighbours had heard voices and dancing, and an electrician was grabbed by the ankle while walking downstairs."
Using thermal imaging cameras, electro magnetic field detectors, voice recorders and a video camera, the QPI team – founder Amanda Richardson, psychic Simon Xavier, researcher Rebecca Bentson, investigator Linda Bundesen and psychic Louisa Snoke – captured what they say is proof of spirit activity: light orbs, voices and footprints.
A bedroom near the former nurses' station was a standout for eeriness.
 

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