Most of the paranormal TV shows are fake , staged ,falsifier of information’s, -‘It’s all about suggestion’

I do believe in an afterlife, God and the falling angels and I do see and experience may apparations, ghosts and demons in my life.

But to see all of those paranormal fake TV shows to brainwash the people with their false methods and fake stories to sell more advertisement time, make more book for their fake stories. Many of those so-called  paranormal investigators using fraud psychic and unscientific methods and staged their stories to fit the TV screen and makes it difficult for those few good paranormal investigators to do their jobs with our exposure without profits without the hoopla and it is so sad to see many TV stations allow those fake individuals to poison the mind of many young people with many fake stories . Many of those investigators prisoned for in the USA for thefts, drug possession, taking money from people in exchange for books that the people didn’t get and many true witnesses finally came and exposed those fake paranormal investigators that told them what to do and what to say to make the story credible. They should be called the fake files, paranormal staged, or a Psyco fraud. ‘It’s all about suggestion’

I have been involving, researching and conducting the paranormal investigation since 1984 because I saw heard and experienced many unexplained demonic, ghost and application since I was 5 years old. I can tell you that from the 2600 cases that I investigated only  8 cases were that I classified as true paranormal, It is very rare and uncommon to see them in daily life it is all in your head .most of the cases that I dealt with are related to a severe anxiety, delusions, post-traumatic syndromes, paranoia, CO -CO2 increases, mold and fungus issues, Infrasound, electromagnetic power lines effects, and the list goes on from medication, drugs, and alcohol used to severe stress and depression issues . You can read my research about the paranormal A to Z here in this blog to make you understand that other side of having a paranormal experience.

What you think to share your information, please share with us your facts and ghost pictures or paranormal experience as I do believe in the paranormal world and I hope that people stop making fun of the paranormal buy using fake shows and pseudoscience.

Steve Ramsey- Calgary – Canada

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On a fuzzy green screen, you see a T-shirted man pointing a small electronic recorder toward a murky corner.

He swivels his head toward the camera, his eyes glowing like orbs.

“This is where a figure of a small girl has been sighted on numerous occasions,” the man says in a hushed voice. “We’re hoping she’s in the mood to answer some – holy (bleep), something touched me!”

The frame jumps and blurs before focusing on the man’s face and his look of shock.

And it’s largely ghost-hunting theater, according to one of Phoenix’s longtime paranormal investigators.

‘It never happens like that’

“Most of that stuff on TV is bunk,” Vincent Amico said. “It never happens like that.”

Amico has the experience to back up his claim. He’s been investigating the paranormal for 15 years, and in 2014 he and his wife started AZ Paranormal Investigations and Research Society. Amico also leads tours for Haunted Historians, which attracts fans of the many ghost-hunting TV shows.

And that’s where these un-reality shows pose problems, he said. Those fans expect to see evidence of the afterlife, from an empty rocking chair moving by itself to shadowy apparitions coalescing in corners.

Such eerie incidents are extremely rare and easily fabricated.

“A guy says he felt something touch him, or you hear a door slam off camera,” Amico said. “That’s the easiest stuff to fake. There’s no way to prove he wasn’t touched, or that someone off camera didn’t slam the door.”

Specter-chasing TV shows caught on in 2004 with SyFy’s “Ghost Hunters,” which lasted 12 years before broadcasting its last episode in October 2016. Similar shows followed in its glowing green footsteps, including Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures” and “Haunted USA.”

 

Following the formula

The recipe is the same. Investigators equipped with cameras and various ghost-detecting devices spend a night in a hotel/house/abandoned warehouse said to be haunted. Before the sun rises, they’ve seen/spoken with/found evidence of the afterlife. Everyone goes home shaken.

Amico said the shows are misleading at best, fake at worst. A typical paranormal investigation takes several visits over weeks or months, he said, and 99 percent of that time would set off every tedium monitor in the place if such a thing existed.

The “night in a haunted house” scenario is necessary to keep viewers interested, though it’s highly unlikely that’s how the investigation unfolded.

Jay Yates, who with his wife Marie have been featured on several TV and radio shows dedicated to paranormal investigations, said that in some cases cameras are set up weeks before the ghost hunters themselves arrive.

“I wish that ghosts showed up on demand but it doesn’t work that way,” he said. “Many of these ghost-hunting shows are not evidence-driven, but more based upon experiences from the cast and crew, not concrete evidence always.”

Amico also takes issue with the way hunters interpret those static-filled electronic voice phenomena (EVP) recordings.

Viewers are familiar with the setup. The experts either place an EVP recorder in an empty room (the recording is analyzed later) or use it to “interview” any spirits interested in chatting. Since ghosts have no vocal cords, they use their energy to electrically manipulate sound that can be picked up by EVP recorders, paranormal investigators say.

In most cases, words are almost impossible to make out amid the static and buzzing, and may be nothing more than background sounds, Amico said. That changes once ghost hunters put words to those sounds, interpreting them as voices from beyond the grave.

An apparition appears in a hallway at the Jerome Grand Hotel.  Jerome Grand Hotel

 

‘It’s all about suggestion’

A fluctuation in static, for example, can be translated as, “Get out.” Or “He’s here.” Or any number of things, most of the eerie.

“It’s all about suggestion,” Amico said. “Let’s say he tells everyone he hears, ‘Help me.’ When it’s played again, that what you hear. ‘Help me.’ But it’s only because he planted it in your head.”

The on-screen investigators also can manipulate devices that detect changes in the electromagnetic field, believed to indicate the presence of spirits, Amico said.

The electromagnetic field (EMF) sensor features a series of lights that illuminate one after another. The more lights, the stronger the electromagnetic change.

The problem, Amico said, is that something as simple as a cellphone can disrupt the field and make the EMF sensor light up like a Christmas tree.

“I remember one time they showed the device starting to light up, and the guy holding the device had a huge watch on his wrist,” Amico said. “When they cut back to him, the device was lit up and the watch was gone. It was clearly two different times.”

Then there are those who believe everything about investigations is bunk. They watch the shows so they can shake their heads in utter disbelief while wondering how anybody could buy the existence of the paranormal.

“People can believe whatever they want and it makes no difference to me,” Amico said. “A paranormal experience is by definition is something that can’t be explained. I’ve experienced a lot of things I can’t explain.” 

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Five Reasons Why the Dead Files Is Completely Fake

 Nat Berman  May 14, 2017, 7 Comments    Twitter @nathanielberman

The Dead Files stands out in that it stars a physical medium named Amy Allan and a former NYPD homicide detective named Steve DiSchiavi, who launch separate investigations of a location before meeting up at the end of each episode to compare notes. Otherwise, it is much the same as other paranormal TV shows out there, meaning that there isn’t much reason to believe it to be real.

Here are five reasons that people should not believe The Dead Files but instead see it as nothing but entertainment:

No Evidence

Despite all of the people as well as all of the resources that have been committed to ghost-hunting over the course of decades and decades, there isn’t even a single piece of undeniable proof that has been captured on either cameras or some other kind of instrument. At best, there have been bits and pieces that can be seen as tenuous support with generous interpretation, but consider all of the “haunted” locations that have been visited by The Dead Files and other paranormal TV shows, one would think that someone somewhere would’ve captured something more solid by now.

Signs of Staging

There is no solid evidence that Allan isn’t a physical medium. However, it is important to note that such powers have never been proven to exist beyond a doubt as well as what seems like signs of staging on the TV show. For example, there is a rather routine sameness to Allan’s revelations – she tends to find the same sort of spirits, she tends to pick up the same sort of impressions, and she tends to utter the same sentences about her experiences. As a result, one cannot help but suspect that she is following a tried-and-true script rather than conducting something more authentic. Furthermore, it is worth noting that The Dead Files and other paranormal TV shows are consistent in conducting their ghost-hunting at night rather than in the daytime, almost as though the show-makers want to make their footage as dramatic as possible.

Superficial Revelations

On a related note, it is rather interesting that Allan provides no fresh insights into what happened at the locations that she investigates. Instead, her revelations contain the same sort of information that could have been gotten from Google, which is rather unsurprising considering that she also appeared on A Haunting as a paranormal researcher using scientific tools rather than psychic powers.

People Want to Be Haunted

To be fair, there are a lot of people out there who are committed to ghost-hunting while remains as fair and unbiased as possible. However, it is important to remember that the stakeholders often want a place to be haunted, which can influence the results. For example, ghost-hunters want a place to be haunted because that will mean a big payoff for considerable amounts of time, effort, and other resources spent on searching through often unpleasant properties. Never mind the chance of getting their own TV shows. Meanwhile, property owners often want their properties to be haunted because that can prove to be rather lucrative, as shown by all of the people who choose to stay at “haunted” hotels for their vacations.

Other Explanations

Even when there is something suggestive of the supernatural, there is often a better explanation that can be found elsewhere. For example, “haunted” properties are often old and dilapidated, meaning that what can seem like the presence of tormented spirits might be nothing more than uneven heating combined with the wind whistling through broken-down places. Furthermore, it is important to remember that humans evolved to be experts at pattern recognition, so much so that it can produce rather misleading results, as shown by people seeing faces and other recognizable patterns on bread, mold patterns, and other miscellaneous surfaces

OUR READERS COMMENTS 

 

1- I completely agree with the comment t above. I am a believer in the paranormal. I look at it this way. There are so many stories out there of personal experiences with the paranormal. If just ONE of those stories is true, JUST ONE, that makes the spirit world, another dimension, purgatory, whatever name you choose, REAL. If also like to say to the author of this article that Amy was on A Haunting as both an investigator AND a psychic. The paranormal expert interviewed on A Haunting in Georgia, says on the show that Amy is the most talented psychic that he has ever worked with.Demetrius NOVEMBER 23, 2017 

 

2.I think the post is correct with this particular program, unfortunately, and its a shame because of programs like this set the stigma for ALL paranormal investigation. I`ve watched quite a few episodes and it seems VERY staged indeed. To me, it`s very clear that the “psychic” is forearmed with knowledge about the location. Anybody who guessed `right` to the extent she does, would have been front page news all over the world long ago. I find all her grimacing, sidelong looks at the ceiling, and general eye-rolling quite painful. You have to ask the question -why is she hamming it up in front of the cameras when she could be solving real murders or telling us just why the pyramids were built? It would be a breath of fresh air for just ONE episode if she were NOT to find any demons, mad psychotic murderesses or serial killers and tell the camera “Nope, there’s nothing here”… surely it must happen?

 

3- I agree. How many times have we seen fakes revealed as frauds when put in the spot? She is either the best psychic of all time and should be helping police solves existing murders or she is just a stage prop that is used to wow the audience. I would love to see a few misses where she is baffled or just not getting the kind of information that is needed. Evidently, the ghosts seem to be very cooperative with her and they never lie either. If there is a dark shadowy figure she sees that, if there is someone that dies she can see them and what age they were and how they died. If there was an event that happened that was significant then she can tell you what it was and what year it happened. She never misses.

                              Paranormal State Exposed

Synopsis

PARANORMAL STATE ran on the A&E network from December 2007 through May 2011. This documentary program was comprised of a team of Penn State University students who wanted to help those troubled by unexplained phenomena. The Paranormal State/Paranormal Research Society’s motto was, “To trust, honor, and always seek the truth.” The show starred founder and director Ryan Buell along with his group of technicians, investigators, and occult specialists. He was often assisted by such paranormal celebrities as Chip Coffey, Lorraine Warren, Chad Calek, and Michelle Belanger. The team supposedly helped frightened clients and collected evidence of the unexplained.

PARANORMAL STATE EXPOSED is co-authored by the most controversial figure in the paranormal field, Kirby Robinson. Along with co-author, Lisa Maliga, they explore the rumors of staged scenes, questionable evidence, misleading editing, and duped clients. As another paranormal programming comes along imitating this style of presentation, it’s vital that the problems are investigated. With a step-by-step analysis of every episode, the authors present the facts. They give voice to those present on the set ranging from production staff, former clients, and various para-celebrities. Casual viewers and diehard fans of the program are taken beyond the thermal cameras, EVPs, atmospheric music, and sound effects. PARANORMAL STATE EXPOSED uncovers secrets about what went on behind the scenes, and it answers questions about the show’s validity. In almost every single episode the reader may find one or more of the following: staged scenes, planted or falsified evidence, fake exorcisms, and crew members masquerading as experts. We learn of clients who were ridiculed, and those who were promised help but were left with more problems. The authors also analyze Ryan Buell’s book, PARANORMAL STATE: MY JOURNEY INTO THE UNKNOWN.

PARANORMAL STATE EXPOSED includes:

* Shocking new evidence.
* All episodes from seasons 1 through 5 and PARANORMAL STATE: THE NEW CLASS.
* Para-celebrity/former client Shannon Sylvia reveals PRS’s deceptions.
* Production staff members share trade secrets.
* Featured para-celebrities and their questionable actions.
* Authors respond to the detractors.
* Two different break-downs of an episode that exposes the tricks.
* A new and revelatory ending!

Authors Kirby Robinson and Lisa Maliga spent countless hours viewing footage and listening to audio tracks. They interviewed former clients, production team members, PRS crew members, and various para-celebrities. The reader journeys behind the scenes of what might be the most problematic paranormal reality show to air on cable TV.

PARANORMAL STATE EXPOSED will keep the reader up past Dead Time – not in a state of fear — but discovering the veils of secrecy and deception being lifted and the truth exposed.

 

 

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