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Paranormal ghost hunter,Richard Johnson begs for money, for new truck, uses Gofundme site.

Paranormal investigator and stated energy healer, is asking for funds to buy a new truck by ways and means of using a Gofundme site.With all the paranormal s problems this recent year, there is been a serious rise in delusional thinking from some.When is it OK to use a Gofundme site, well I sincerely doubt it was intended to beg for money for someones pleasures, such as obtaining a new truck? let alone 8,000 dollars?

Richard Johnson is listed as the lead investigater, from B.S.P.I.


There is little known about the so called energy healer, other then he is listed as being from Bon Secour, Alabama his Hometown.But currently resides in Gulf Breeze, Florida which is his current listed city

Under bio and information, he has it listed he is and energy healer, will he use that to solicit funds from paranormal people?

The below comment was posted on the Gofundme site.

This week my poor old truck died. I sold it and put the money away to start saving to get another truck. I commute 1.5 hours one way to go to work . I need a truck to drive to work and back. Money is tight these days and anything you can donate will be greatly appreciated. Not having a vehicle is so hard. Thanks


This is the Gofundme site, where Richard Johnson, is trying to cash in a hard luck story, to obtain funds for a new truck and is asking help up to 8,000 dollars to purchase his new truck.


after looking at the pics on Facebook we started to wonder, just what the story was with Richard Johnson ? he has a new van.We saw a nice motorcycle, why don’t he sell those to obtain his working truck, he says he has to have?

I do understand there are times, when someone needs help, but why do paranormal people always seem to be able to beg for money without even one rational thought as to how it looks when they do their ridiculous Gofundme campaigns?

We have so many folks use the site for their own personal gains, new car, new  boat, new truck. ghost hunting car. To be honest I have seen a lot of this stuff in the past 10 years.

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Paranormal Herald : Evan jensen


MY NAME IS EVAN JENSEN A PARANORMAL EXPERT IF THERE IS SUCH A THING. I myself being involved at various aspects of the paranormal have come to realize it is a field riddled with conmen and frauds hoping to evade the public and con as many as possible. This paper I.E blog site has stopped many from doing such. It is a free site for those needing help and wishing to spread the news of there fellow con people.


3 thoughts on “Paranormal ghost hunter,Richard Johnson begs for money, for new truck, uses Gofundme site.

  1. I don’t know this individual here but he wants people to pay for a truck? If he works, why can’t he finance another like the rest of us have to do? I have never used a gofundme site, maybe I should’ve done that instead of trying to pay off a vet bill for $2000. I figured, it’s my animals, my problem so cashed in a life insurance policy to pay it off. People don’t like to part with possessions if they feel they can get a “free ride” which this is all about. I checked fb and saw a nice home, that motorcycle you talked about so…. sorry dude, you gotta get out there and do this yourself. Nobody has donated so nobody feels sorry for you, no one is stupid enough to pay for a new truck for you. Trade in that motorcycle and van on one and best of luck!


    Posted by spiritualwalks | July 3, 2015, 6:29 pm
  2. I was wondering myuself? i need a newer van and truck maybe he can send me some money for that also lol

    Liked by 1 person

    Posted by BEYOND THE EDGE OF REALITY | July 4, 2015, 8:20 pm


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