Former "Paranormal State" star Ryan Buell is currently in jail in Pennsylvania on felony theft charges for allegedly stealing a rental car in State College. The celebrity ghost hunter was in court on October 5 and his $35,000 bail was modified from straight bail to ten percent.
Psychic Chip Coffey says he had "ugly interactions" with Ryan Buell and isn't surprised to learn of his troubles. Buell's former "Paranormal State" co-star continues to try and distance himself from his friend since their failed "Conversations with the Dead" tour where Buell pocketed nearly $100,000 from fans after he cancelled multiple events.
A popular paranormal event personality from Texas has a secret that she doesn't want anyone in the paranormal community to know. She is a habitual and major drug offender with multiple felony convictions and she is also linked to numerous paranormal scams.
The Resurrection of Tombstone organizer Gary Brown was recently arrested earlier this month in Georgia. The former sheriff deputy is accused of stealing funds by the other two event coordinators, Connie Williams and Becky Hamm, so they cancelled, then rescheduled the event, then cancelled it again.
An Ohio paranormal enthusiast accused of committing fraud through PayPal admitted to using the money for personal reasons. The man allegedly schedules ghost hunts up to a year in advance then later cancels them and doesn't refund the customers the money.
Brian Harnois lashed out at Mark Constantino on one of his Facebook pages. The former "Ghost Hunters" star called the deceased "Ghost Adventures" guest star a "murdering scumbag" and said he deserved to die.
Paranormal event planner Gary Brown was recently arrested in Georgia. The former sheriff deputy is being accused of stealing funds from The Resurrection of Tombstone event, an event he was supposed to host in November.
Scammers pretending to be employees of Facebook have been contacting people in the paranormal community trying to get them to send money. The thieves tell potential victims that they’ve won a contest and that they have to pay a transfer fee to get their winnings.
A paranormal event planner was arrested in Arizona for allegedly scamming people and businesses out of thousands of dollars in Tombstone earlier this year. The Virginia woman now claims that she is being featured in a paranormal television series.