The Haunts of Adelaide

Allen Tiller lifts the veil on ghost stories and reveals the truth behind the myths and tales that so often become urban legend and local folklore. His mission is to research the historical facts of locations, people, places and buildings ‒ from a distinctly paranormal perspective.
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About Allen Tiller

Allen Tiller
The Haunts of Adelaide – Founded 2012

Paranormal Investigator, Blogger, Historian, Photographer, Poet, Cinematographer and Director, Allen also stars in television show Haunting Australia which has aired in more than twenty countries across four continents.

Eidolon Paranormal, of which he was founder and remains CEO, has been investigating the paranormal for some years, teaching the public how to debunk alleged paranormal activity for themselves through meetings and media resources.
His interest in the paranormal started at a young age, reading countless books and watching a myriad of paranormal related television shows. He developed an interest in history and genealogy, bringing these interests together when he began to look into the history of what is considered Australia’s most haunted town – Kapunda – where his grandparents had lived and his family were amongst the founding pioneers.

Prior to filming a television episode in a cemetery outside Kapunda, Allen met his future wife, Karen, later proposing in that very cemetery. Both now live and work in Kapunda.
His two current blogs have both been nominated for the 2013 Australian blog awards. Allen has appeared in local media in respect of paranormal related topics and has written for two international paranormal magazines, in addition to local teams blogs and websites. He is also a published poet, a keen videographer and editor, musician, writes his own music for some his own productions and is a keen advocate for the survival of endangered Australian native wildlife.
The Haunts of Adelaide was added to the National Library of Australia PANDORA archive after being read by members of the State Library of South Australia, who decided it was worthy of inclusion in this historical archive collection.

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