About Allen Tiller

The Haunts of Adelaide: History, Mystery, and the Paranormal

is written by paranormal investigator and award-winning historian, Allen Tiller. 

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Allen Tiller
Emerging South Australian Historian of the Year 2017
Allen Tiller is Australia’s most recognised paranormal investigator, eminent paranormal historian and star of the international smash hit television show “Haunting: Australia”.
Allen is also the founder of paranormal investigation teams Eidolon Paranormal and South Australian Paranormal and the author of book and blog, “The Haunts of Adelaide: History, Mystery and the Paranormal”.
Allen Tiller is the winner of the 2017 “Emerging South Australian Historian of The Year Award” as presented by The History Council of South Australia. Awarded for his extensive contribution to making South Australia’s history accessible to the public via his work with the Adelaide City Council Libraries, The City of Port Adelaide Enfield Council, and constant promotion of history through talks, events, and media appearances.
Allen Tiller is also the only paranormal investigator in Australia to be invited by the National Library of Australia to have his writings included in the PANDORA digital archives, an Australian Government initiative to the long-term preservation of, and access to, Australian online electronic publications deemed to be of national significance.
Allen Tiller is also the only paranormal investigator to be invited to write for the National Library of Australia’s “Trove” blog:


A Ghost on King William Street

Allen Tiller has also written two FREE self-guided walking tours which you can find here:
You can find the blog online at the following places:


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