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Ryan Daniel Buel,Paranormal state star,says he worked as a free lance writer for the Huffington post, sources say he never did and does not.

On the hit A&E series Paranormal State, Ryan Buell and his team of investigators delve deep into the mysterious world of ghosts, demonic disturbances, and sixth-sense sightings that shadows our everyday reality. However there is also another reality hidden deep within the man Ryan Daniel Buel.

If people are still wanting their refunds, apparently this is and active email for Ryan Danuiel Buel. I highly recommend sending as many emails to Buel as possible, he must know folks want  their refunds back? society@the-prs.org .

There has been one lie after another inside the new and the old P.R.S. It sure seems that if Daniel Ryan Buel’s mouth was moving, he was telling more lies.The Paranormal Herald, was messaged about the fact that a scorned woman and rightfully so, saw that on Ryan’s Facebook page, he had it listed at the top of the said page, that he works for the Huffington Post. Our source who shall remain anonymous, implicated that she called and emailed the Huffington post. It was their own responses, that  brought up the fact, that someone was telling some more untruthful concocted stories. And it was not our sources either.

Yes we all know the weasel has written a few books, http://www.amazon.com/Paranormal-State-Journey-into-Unknown/dp/0061767948

What I do not know is why someone has not went after this mans books, the royalties he collects from the books can be seized, by some one that  he owes money to.The man should be held accountable for all that money, that he allegedly had stolen?

This is just so unreal, more then a year now and folks who I didn’t even know or hear from, are still continually coming forward, about being scammed out of their money. For those that are new to the paranormal world, this is a completed breakdown of the once famous,now infamous Ryan Daniel (denial) Buel. http://abc11.com/entertainment/troubleshooter-buell-friend-speaks-out/226669/

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

The I-Team Troubleshooter follows up on the investigation of a celebrity ghost hunter, whose long-time friend is speaking out about fans’ missing money.
We heard from a lot of former fans of Ryan Buell who were angry that they paid a lot of money for his lecture tour and never got refunds when it was canceled. One even traveled all the way from Denmark.
One of the headliner’s for Buell’s tour, a long-time friend, said thousands of dollars are at stake.
Chip Coffey is a well-known psychic and medium who was once part of the cable TV series “Paranormal State” with Buell.
Coffey was scheduled to team up with the ghost hunter again for his “Conversations With The Dead Tour.”
He says Buell and his team, the Paranormal Research Society, based here in the Triangle organized the tour and were in charge of all the details.
“Venues weren’t booked. Airline tickets weren’t booked,” Coffey said.
He says it was so unorganized, he had to bail on the U.S. tour in April, just days before it was supposed to start.
Additionally, he says while he has no access to the ticket sales, he knows a lot were sold.
Coffey said, “I know that the last accounting I had, with regards to ticket sales for the ‘Conversations with the Dead Tour,’ it was in excess of $80,000.”
That doesn’t even include the tickets that were sold for the seven shows in Canada that were all canceled.
Now that Buell canceled the U.S. and Canadian tours, Coffey says he doesn’t understand why ticket holders aren’t getting refunds.
“I’ve been accused of throwing Ryan under the bus. I didn’t throw Ryan under the bus, Ryan stepped in front of the bus and I jumped out of the way. Any smart business person would have done the same thing,” Coffey said.
While neither Buell nor his team has responded to our repeated requests for comment, on Buell’s Facebook page, he posted that health issues canceled the tour and that PayPal is responsible for ticket refunds.
However, just over the weekend it was posted on Buell’s page that they’re doing their very best to move the refund requests along.
As for Buell’s medical issues, Buell’s fans started out sympathetic after he canceled shows in 2012 claiming he was fighting pancreatic cancer.

Yet, when refunds weren’t given out, we started hearing from them.
In late 2013, when Buell announced he was ready to tour again, he started selling tickets for this year. But none of the shows happened and that’s why Coffey says he feels fans should get their money back.
“I’m not insensitive to the fact that Ryan is sick, I’m not. I pray for him every day. But that has nothing to do with business, pay someone to return the money, find a way to get the people their money back,” Coffey said.
Click here to hear the raw interview with Coffey.
As for PayPal, they wouldn’t comment on the specifics of any PayPal account, but in general a rep says they don’t hold any money, they just take a broker fee.
They have a buyer protection policy and can secure customers a refund only if it is filed within 45 days of purchase. They encourage customers to be cautious of buying from sellers who have delivery times longer than 45 days.
In the cases we’ve heard from, Buell fans bought tickets months in advance so many aren’t protected.
Several tickets holders who are still trying to get refunds shared with us emails from a PayPal rep which state in part, ” After reviewing your transactions, I can confirm that these payments are in no way held by PayPal as they are still in seller’s PayPal account after your payments were successfully completed on 21st Jan 2014.”
The best advice, dispute the charge with your credit card. We have heard from ticket holders who have had success that way.
For Canada residents, contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Center on their toll-free line at 1-888-495-8501 or submit a form online.
You can also file a complaint with the NC Attorney General’s Office.
If you’re owed money from one of Buell’s events, let me know on my Facebook page atTroubleshooter Diane Wilson WTVD.
Is it me, or did the fast life catch up to the once popular paranormal star.

Is it me, or did the fast life catch up to the once popular paranormal star.

After the paranormal Herald spoke with a recent young woman, a woman stated she was on disability and had a very low amount of money coming in, she did then and does now. After speaking with our newest source we learned, that she was a victim from the event Buel put on. The speaking To The dead event in Boston.She stated that she had already filed papers with her state Attorney General. But according to Maine law, Mr. Buell has a right to acknowledge or deny the accusations before being sought for financial obligation. According to our newest protected source, what she shares with us is and all to familiar scenario. Emails went unanswered, or if they were answered some bogus statements about being refunded were always included.

Our source,went on to say”On November 21st, 2014, Mr. Buell called me in the early morning hours. I spent an hour and 17 minutes on the phone with him. He acknowledged what I had gone through and stated that he would like to “make it up to me.” He asked me what I would like to see happen or if he could put on some sort of sit down talk or event for those of us that were conned out of this money. I emailed him proof that I had indeed purchased the ticket. He blamed PayPal by stating that all monies received for that tour by PayPal had never been sent to him or PRS or the companies financial institution, In other words, PayPal had collected the ticket money but had never disbursed that money to PRS or Mr. Buell himself. Mr. Buell stated that he had his “lawyer” looking into the matter but never produced any evidence of such.

In January of 2014, I purchased a Gold VIP ticket to attend a tour stop of Conversations With The Dead in Boston that was supposed to be held in May of 2014. I paid via PayPal $205.99. Weeks later, I received an email stating that the date of the event had been rescheduled. Then, I received an email stating that the event had been cancelled altogether and that an email would be sent to me with a link to request a refund. An email with a link was sent to me. I completed the form on the link that had been emailed to me and was told in a responding email that my refund request had been received and was being processed. The email told me that my refund would come in the form of a refund check and that it would take a couple of weeks to process. About mid-July, I had heard nothing back. No refund had been sent or received by me. I contacted PayPal to see if I could get a refund. According to their policies at the time, it was past the deadline to request a refund. I contacted my bank and they also told me that I could not request a refund because it was well past their cutoff time in accordance to their policies. I had used my Checking Account to make the purchase through PayPal. To this date, I have received no refund. I have attempted to locate Mr. Buell on my own dime and mailed several letters to several addresses. All letters have been returned to me as undelivered.




On 9/14/12, my daughter bought a ticket for PRS Field Trip 15 – The End, an event which was to be held 9/27/12 – 9/30/12 in Orlando. She paid $308.49 (including the $8.49 service charge from the online booking site, Eventbrite)


On Buels Facebook page, he claims he is back and doing small events now?

Hey everyone. I know fans are used to me doing big events, but for my birthday my team suggested to do something a little different.

I made tickets available for a month exclusively to The PRS Bureau group first. If you don’t know about The PRS Bureau I’ll include the link later. Anyway, I decided for my first event after two years to do something special for my fans and for those in the paranormal community.

I’ve decided to open up the remaining tickets to fans on my FB page. Here’s the catch. Unlike my previous events where a hundred or even hundreds of people gathered, I’ve decided to limit this event to only 33 people to match my age. During previous events I’ve made room for people by extending tickets. This time however the dinner is already planned and we’ll only have enough room for 33. There are also other activities that weekend that you can purchase as an “add-on,” such as a haunted ghost walk with yours truly, touring some of our first investigation spots and more!

You can rest assured that the team organizing the event will have many surprises in store, for both you and I. The only major requirement (aside from having a ticket) is… you have to wear a black tie. It can be with a t-shirt, a button up shirt, a dress, tank-top, etc. but you have to wear a black tie on top of it. smile emoticon

Below you will find an itinerary as well as basic cost information. As of now, only 18 tickets remain. Tickets will be given out on a first-come, first-serve basis.

If you’re interested, e-mail us at society@the-prs.org and we can help process your payment for a ticket. Please include your name, how many tickets and what type of tickets you want and a phone number in case we need to reach you.

You can also do the following to stay up-to-date on info regarding the event and ways to buy tickets:
1) Join the Black Tie Event Page by clicking on “Events” up above.
2) If you sign up for The PRS Bureau Beta (the-prsbureau.org) you’ll be able to join the event group where more info will be posted.

Thank you so much for your interest. This is the beginning of yours truly returning to the public and what better way than to celebrate with a birthday bash?

Hope to see you there,

PRICE: $185.00 (includes food, hors d’oeuvres and non-alcoholic drinks & entertainment)
DATE: Saturday, August 15th, 2015, 5:00pm – 9:30pm EST
5:00pm – 6:00pm: Closed Bar Small Mixer & Hors d’oeuvres.
6:15pm – 9:30pm: Black Tie Event & Dinner (3 premium dinner options to choose from including steak, salmon, chicken and vegetarian option).
To purchase a ticket, please e-mail: society@the-prs.org .

ADD-ON PACKAGES—————————————
PRICE: $160
5:00pm – 7:30pm: Haunted Ghost Walk With Ryan Buell. Take a tour where PRS was founded. The walk will take you to some of Penn State’s spookiest spots where PRS first investigated, including Schwab, the library, Old Botany, and even downtown to a very haunted basement bar (have a drink while we’re there).
7:30pm – 8:30pm: Visit to the Penn State Creamery. One of Ryan’s favorite places, and one of the most famous ice creameries in the country.
8:30pm – 9:30pm: Personalized pictures and talk time with Ryan.
To purchase a ticket, please e-mail: society@the-prs.org .

PRICE: $75.00
12:00pm – 3:00pm: Historic haunted tour of Bellefonte, including going inside a particular haunted location that served as one of PRS’ earliest investigations. Followed by snacks/lunch at a local cafe.
To purchase a ticket, please e-mail: society@the-prs.org .

Again folks has anyone questioned this man, to see if he has a real business license to hold events?

The Paranormal Herald, will share more info on the fallen star soon.

Disclaimer: The following information has been provided to us and the article is based on the said information, we obtained. All allegations made are alleged, and the Paranormal Herald can not be held accountable for other parties information.

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 “Ryan Daniel Buel,Paranormal state star,says he worked as a free lance writer for the Huffington post, sources say he never did and does not.

  1. Good for you Evan! He should be held accountable. He has often claimed the money HAS been refunded, but funny thing is all you hear from is people who were not refunded…not one who has been. And if any were refunded it was credit card charge backs not refunds. And to think he’s starting up this crap again. The problem seems to be the people who were scammed never filed claims with anyone. I don’t undestand this after losing hundreds of dollars. But with people not filing, he will never face charges.

    Liked by 1 person

    Posted by The Catlady | July 19, 2015, 9:22 pm
  2. well we shall see what can be done i never tired of maokiing this fight to him legally, it is not over yet. now that we know he is making money it can be gotten to help refund people.

    Liked by 1 person

    Posted by BEYOND THE EDGE OF REALITY | July 19, 2015, 11:40 pm


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