Anoka Paranormal Investigations

Our team is an extraordinary group of people who convey respected, varying experience and overall professionalism throughout the investigation from the client interview to the result reveal. API values its clientele and their experiences. API provides confidential, discreet, and professional services for your personal or business issues. Our commitment to you is to fully use our combined resources to help you find solutions to those questions that you have been unable to answer.

API team members all have full-time employment outside of investigating. Our work is funded by classes we offer to the community and a few charitable donations.

1. Full home or business investigation, with full review of results found

2. Provide educational assistance if you choose to live with the activity

3. Bless or cleanse the location if requested by the client

4. Provide safe removal and storage of items found causing activity

5. Constant contact; once a client, always a friend of API

We begin with a thorough phone interview to identify the activity you are experiencing. This can be things you see, hear, smell, or feel. This can be events in your home or business.

The next step, if asked, is that we will likely come to your location for a walkthrough, to determine if there are natural causes for your claims and what equipment will be needed if an investigation is conducted.

We will present our findings on a predetermined date. You will also be given a full report with our assessment.

By Steve Lind
Wednesday, January 31, 2018


Since humans emerged from the plains of Africa,  communication with the dead has been part of the human experience. It was part of either an esoteric, secret privilege of priests or shaman, or it was a hidden ritual performed behind closed doors by witches and sorcerers.  Everyone knew about it, but people rarely were willing to talk about it nor did they know how it was done.  That is until the Fox sisters, Kate and Margaret (perhaps Margarreta) emerged from Hydesville, NY in 1848. Read more

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