Ghost Hunters International

Season 3 Episode 6

Imprisoned Souls: New Zealand

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Aug 17, 2011 on Syfy
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GHI visit New Zealand's Napier Prison.

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    Barry Fitzgerald (II)

    Barry Fitzgerald (II)

    Lead Investigator

    Kris Williams

    Kris Williams

    Co-Lead Investigator

    Paul Bradford

    Paul Bradford

    Tech Manager

    Susan Slaughter

    Susan Slaughter

    Investigator-in-Training/Case Manager

    Joe Chin

    Joe Chin

    Investigator

    Scott Tepperman

    Scott Tepperman

    Investigator

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • The investigation of Napier Prison took place over May 18-20, 2011.

      • Also Appearing:
        Investigation: Napier Prison - Napier, New Zealand
        Marion Waaka - Caretaker
        Michelle Franklin - Eyewitness
        Toro Waaka - Caretaker
        Carwyn Davy - Security Guard
        Alison Beal - Backpacker

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    • NOTES (2)

      • Anton Heyrick, the client from the previous episode continues to act as GHI's local fixer for this episode and was on set while it was being filmed. He was also supposed to be interviewed about being scratched himself while investigating the prison with his team the Christchurch Paranormal Investigators, but they decided that it would seem strange to have him as a client in one episode and a witness in the next. According to him, GHI investigated the prison over two nights, and slept on the premises between shoots as the producers planned all along to use the location for a full episode, rather than splitting time with a second investigation.

      • Napier Prison has also been investigated by a local Kiwi TV show, Paranormal Mysteries with Brad Scott.

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