Selena Roane makes her living traveling across the country doing speaking events and paranormal investigations at various alleged haunted locations. Earlier this year, Roane assisted paranormal event planner Carol Malone by selling tickets and promoting for an event called “A Haunting at Tombstone” that ultimately turned out to be a scam. Malone cancelled the event and her customers never received refunds. She was arrested and charged with “theft of services” and a case is being put together by the Tombstone Marshals Office.
Roane is also best friends with psychic Chip Coffey and often is seen with him at his speaking events. Coffey appeared on A&E’s “Paranormal State” with Ryan Buell. Last summer, Buell scammed his fans out of thousands of dollars when he scheduled events, cancelled them, and then kept the money. Coffey claimed that he had no involvement in the scheme and spoke against his longtime friend in an interview. Buell still hasn’t issued refunds to his fans for the cancelled events.
Roane is now a featured talent with ASAP Entertainment, a company owned and operated by Connie Williams-Williams, Becky Travis Hamm, and Gary Eugene Brown. Brown, a former sheriff deputy, was recently arrested in Georgia and is being held in jail on charges of contempt of court and nonpayment of child support. Brown allegedly stole over $1300 from the entertainment company, which caused the agency to cancel “The Resurrection of Tombstone” event scheduled for November 6. Roane and Brown were both involved in Malone’s Tombstone event as speakers and Williams and Hamm were special guests.
Hamm claimed that “The Resurrection of Tombstone” event was cancelled because another paranormal company reserved most of the locations in Tombstone. The event was announced in May, over four months ago, so the locations should have been booked already. Brown was an organizer and Roane was supposed to headline the event. Coffey was originally scheduled to appear but bowed out when he heard John Albrecht was attending.
Williams created “The Resurrection of Tombstone” with Brown and Hamm. They promised to fix the relationship of the town of Tombstone with the paranormal community due to Malone’s failed event “A Haunting at Tombstone” that was supposed to happen in May.
Malone sat down with Albrecht in the Four Deuces Saloon and told him that she feared for her life and was worried that Williams would do something to her or might try to harm her. She hired three Arizona Ranger bodyguards to protect herself from an angry and allegedly drunken Williams. Some could argue that Malone didn’t show up the next day to finish the event because she was intimated and scared by Williams.
YouTube personality Steve Huff is also linked to Roane. After Malone bailed at the first Tombstone event, Huff helped Roane film her new show that she was working on. Huff was recently in the news for trying to contact EVP specialists Mark and Debby Constantino immediately after their death. Some people think Huff is using the tragedy to sell his ghost boxes and ghost apps. The Constantinos were best known for appearing on “Ghost Adventures” on the Travel Channel. They were killed on September 22 in a domestic violence incident, in which Mark murdered his estranged wife Debby and then took his own life in their daughter Raquel’s apartment.
Just a few months before Malone’s event, Birdcage Theatre manager Leroy Colomy was shot and killed in the street. The 74-year-old worked at the Birdcage for 20 years. Colomy was featured on “Ghost Adventures” in 2009 when Zak Bagans and the Ghost Adventures Crew conducted a paranormal investigation of the location.