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Paranormal event planner, Gary Brown pocketed funds from Tombstone event.2nd event to be held in 5 months.

In May, paranormal event planner Carol Malone was arrested in Arizona for scamming people and businesses out of thousands of dollars in Tombstone. Malone scheduled multiple events and haunted tours in the historic town but cancelled the event and disappeared without issuing her guests refunds.


Her case is still pending.As soon as the Paranormal Herald gets any recent updates, we shall keep all folks updated.

Gary Brown is a former 43-year-old former sheriff deputy,who has recently been accused of stealing refunds,from a paranormal event. Resurrection In Tombstone.If he did,there may be a shoot out at Dock Hollidays saloon.

On September 2nd,Gary Eugene Brown,was arrested in a non relevant matter,and is currently in the Catoosa County Jail,facing jail time for not paying child support.

As  it has just recently been told to the Paranormal Herald Gary Brown is been bailed out of the county jail.

According to The Erie Echo,Gary’s wife says gray withdrew funds from the Tombstone events account and posted new funds to his personal account.This transaction left Gary’s account  with a negative balance of 62.85 cents.

I gave him $12,000 of my own money to help him pay his child support. But he told Connie and Becky that I was stealing his child support money every month which is totally not true. I have supported him the last four years. He was making about an average of $50 a month selling paranormal equipment,” Susi Thomas said.

Thomas said that Brown often borrowed money from her two teenage kids. She even caught him stealing her jewelry and selling it on the internet.

Gary Browns bank account.

Gary Browns bank account.

The entire article can also bee seen on the Erie echo’s web page.http://eerieecho.com/2015/09/28/paranormal-event-planner-gary-brown-pocketed-funds-from-tombstone-event/

This may seem like a very familiar event.We in May of 2015,saw a woman named Carol Malone, who did scam the entire town of Tombstone.


The Paranormal Herald has reported this article based on prior links and has merely presented the facts or information, as it has been reported in prior years.The allegations presented are alleged.The Paranormal Herald can not be held accountable for third or second part information.

Evan Jensen :Paranormal Herald.


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.


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