Contact Fiona


    • If you are a producer, writer, or owner of a haunted hotel, stately home, etc., I’d love to hear from you. Leave a comment at my Professional contact page.
    • For everything else… you’re already on the correct page. Skim this page for answers.

How to get the fastest response

Contact Fiona BroomeIf you have a ghost hunting question, leave a comment at the related article. I answer as many as I can, as quickly as I can. At busy times of year – if I’m working on a book, a TV show, or it’s Halloween – my reply may be delayed.

If you want to know more about me, visit to read my bio and updates about my research.


If you’re troubled by a ghost, demon, or other spirit, that’s not my area of expertise. Contact someone in real life.

    • Start with a mainstream member of the clergy in your local area. You do not have to be a member of their congregation, or even share their beliefs. (If you’re a non-believer, it’s usually best to start with a church that describes itself as “inclusive.”)
    • If you feel as if you’re in danger – mental, spiritual, or physical – get away from the frightening location or person. Do that right now. Then, get help today. Don’t wait to see if things get worse.
    • If you’re certain it’s a malicious or demonic entity, contact someone like John Zaffis or Peter Haviland. I’ve investigated with each of them for over 10 years, and I trust them.

Contact FAQs

Students’ questions

Can I interview you for my school paper – or – can you be my advisor?

I’m sorry, but no. (I haven’t worked with students in over four years.) However, I encourage you to continue your research into paranormal topics. We need more, better answers for unexplained phenomena.

Can you speak at my school/university/club?

No, but thank you. Due to a busy research & writing schedule, I’m not planning personal appearances at this time.

Questions from owners of haunted sites

I think my house (or apartment, small business, or other private location) is haunted. Can you investigate it for me?

Not at this time. I recommend contacting anyone in the TAPS family of investigators, or anyone reputable. Of course, you could also try reality show producers, if you don’t mind being on TV.

I own a haunted hotel, castle, or stately home. Can you help me document my site and its ghosts?

Maybe, depending on my schedule. This kind of research is among my specialties. Use the Professional contact page.

Book-related questions

I’m a publisher. Can you write a chapter for one of our books?

Maybe. It depends on the topic, your publishing schedule, and how extensive my research notes (footnotes) need to be. Describe the project in the Professional contact page.

Website-related questions

I want to help you with website design, SEO, monetization, etc., so you can be rich & popular like me. And I’d like to date you tonight. Or ask your help with the millions of dollars I can’t access in my foreign bank account.

Umm… no, thanks.  Paranormal investigators aren’t as gullible as you might think.


6 thoughts on “Contact Fiona”

  1. I am looking for magical symbols of healing and protection. Any help in pointing toward the right source would be appreciated. Also this is not a prank or spam. I read your homepage.

    1. Richard, the best expert I know is Michelle Belanger. She wrote the most thorough book about protection for paranormal researchers, The Ghost Hunters Survival Guide.

  2. Do you know who began the legend of the Necronomicon at Bradford College and when ? I am an alumni and I do not recall ever hearing anything about it until after the school closed . I have other synchronicities with H.P. Lovecraft and I am trying to gather information to understand it fully . My grandfather studied the stone chambers, Mystery Hill and other sites and I am eager to explore this.
    thank you

    1. Hi, Rhonda,

      I’d heard the legend since the 1970s, but didn’t take it seriously. I have no idea where it started. I’m not sure if old Readers’ Guides to Periodical Literature might help. Or historical societies in the area, if you can find folklore specialists. Sometimes, they have great – and reliable – stories.

      If you do find the connection, I’d be fascinated to learn more. Good luck!


  3. I just wanted to let you know that there are big plans underway to make Whipple Hill into a disc golf course. This sickens me as it is a quiet, serene place to me. I never knew it also had a significant historical reference to the Salem Witch Trials. Do you have any further information or somewhere to point me to get more information about that.

    1. Hi, Elaine, and thanks for that news. I’m appalled that they’re going to put a golf course there. It’s among the area’s most lovely natural locations.
      I’m unable to provide specific references; most of my related books are in NH and I’m in FL at the moment. However, the Salem Witch Museum might be able to help you. Also, I think Ron Kolek’s ghost hunting group has had events at or near that location, and they may be more helpful.
      Cheerfully, Fiona

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