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From Haunted Houses to Paranormal teams must come responsibility


6:09 p.m.

From Haunted Houses to Paranormal teams, should innocent children be used as bait for the paranormal? You decide.

In a recent news breaking article,  written by Paranormal Herald, we broke the story about Anthony U Quinata,  in regards to a child named Vincent (not his real name) who is an autistic 9 yr. old and resides in Australia.


Anthony has been using Vincent since the age of 6 to connect with his doll Harold that he purchased off of EBay back in 2003.  Anthony,  a self-proclaimed psychic medium,  as he states has no problems using a child to connect with a demon that he claims possesses Harold and that is holding several spirits hostage.

But WHY use a child to connect with a demonic entity,  if you are unwilling to do it yourself?  Perhaps,  you’re not that psychic medium, as you claim.  In Anthony’s own words,  the church where Vincent and his family lived, came in and helped the family as Vincent has been very upset by the demonic.

Instead of Anthony leaving this family alone and stopping this,  he continued to use this child to give him information which appears to be,  so self-serving. Why won’t Anthony leave this family alone you ask? That is our question, as well.  Recently,  Anthony posted another photo and proof that since he sees nothing wrong with what he is doing. He plans on continuing doing what he has been doing,  regardless of the damage it will cause this child and this family. He plans to publish a book. This needs to be stopped.



That brings us to our next group that uses a child as bait. It has also been brought to our attention W.I.S.P.S. (Wraith Investigators of Supernatural and Paradimensional Society) also known as Deadly Boo’s Paranormal Research, Development, & Investigation




This is run by Brandon Bathrick and his wife Robbyn Bathrick. In April of 2016 they brought Michael Zimmerman onto their team.
Michael brought his 13 yr. old son onto the team as you can see in the photo
We ask how can a child be a guest investigator? http://wispsofpa.weebly.com/about.html .
We would now  like to take the time to look into this Paranormal team out of Wellsboro Pa.
This information was found on their Facebook page and you tube where they upload videos of investigations and many as if they were on TV.
https://youtu.be/x38NoKbgrEg In this one you will see them investigating an Ouija Board. This case was the Canton Pa case.
Upon looking further into this Paranormal team and a closer look into Michael Zimmerman the father of Scottie (the junior paranormal guest investigator) we found this:
Really glad that was shared so junior ghost would be researchers could see it.There are times when writing this sort of crap is definitely not appropriate much less having kids dabble inside the paranormal.
This was A very disturbing Imagine, how you would feel to have a member on your team tag your paranormal group to something like that? I am sure if people want to be taken seriously and want to get into the paranormal field, then you should keep your adult pants on and your smut off the internet.
https://www.facebook.com/WISPSParanormal/?fref=ts In this video we hear Michael Zimmerman state “Negative entity what is my father’s name?” While listening to the video we also hear him ask the entity to wake up a member on the team to him asking what is that pungent smell after seeing a shadow of a person.
We did learn a little more information regarding Michael Zimmerman who states he is training to be a demonologist on a radio show and how they have Priest to help rid the house of entities but no proof to this claim has been found on any of their paranormal pages.
Wraith Investigators of Supernatural and Paradimensional Society – WISPS
Hello Everyone and welcome to Wraith Investigators of Supernatural and Paradimensional Society (WISPS) official page! A Paranormal Investigation Society
Looking at all the evidence presented we see that W.I.S.P.S. uses phone apps to do their investigations and has a 13 yr. old as an investigator. Michael Zimmerman, the father of Scottie, who wants to become a demonologist, should perhaps learn how to be a parent first instead of putting his own child in danger and clean up his own act. Being a demonologist is a calling not something to be considered just because you want to be on T.V. nor something you would involve your own child in especially when you have no idea what you are doing yourself.
To let folks know what this article is truly about, is simply to understand the hidden true dangers inside this paranormal arena and field. People seem to take lightly what they are dealing with, that being the super unknown and dealing with the other side and or the after life. Harming kids by introducing them to spiritual supernatural phenomena is simply neglect in most of our own opinions.
Through many personal and  explained cases and accounts, we for the most part have become educated as to what can happen, when dabbling with the supernatural. Others simply see some TV show in the near future.
Paranormal Herald: Evan Jensen
Editor: Kelly Griffin.

About Paranormal Herald Magazine

As I got involved into the paranormal entertainment world, I realized, that there were scammers just waiting to scam people from innocent unsuspecting people. This sickened my stomach, so I began writing about them to expose them so others would not be cheated and so The paranormal Herald came to force.


2 thoughts on “From Haunted Houses to Paranormal teams must come responsibility

  1. Okay wow this is just dumb.
    So if you can not show that Casper is real what does it mater if kids do it.
    If the young and the old are at risk then let’s face it would it not be everyone according to this made up theory that is being stated by you.is at risk.
    Hell you guys are old.shit Jan is 63 and in bad health.shakes when she walks.and could brake a hip.
    Evan claims he is blind and has a brain tumor.
    So according to you it is okay for old sick people but not young healthy people?
    Do you even hear how dumb that sounds?
    So you guys are telling people that they could get hurt chasing Casper. Something that is not real.
    Okay.let me pit it to you in the real world.
    1- Jan at her age should never be running old buildings.hell she can not even walk down her own road.
    This is dangerous to have an old woman in abandoned buildings .filled with LED,mold,and rotting floors
    Evan claims to be blind, so how is it safe for a blind person to be in abandoned buildings.
    To top it all off prove that it is real……..
    If you can not then how is anyone to tell anyone what rules are on a made up thing.
    That is like telling people a flying monster has to be red in a child’s drawing.
    You do know you guys are fighting over a made up thing right?
    No one has ever shown that it is real.
    Truth is sicen show that it is not possible for Casper to be real.
    Maybe you should go read a book.or go back to school.
    Piont is until you can back up you’re facts that is is real.well maybe you should not fight over things that are not real


    Posted by criminaltakedown | January 14, 2017, 5:09 pm
  2. for someth9ing that is not real you certainly told folks it was when you had your so called and alleged opera vents the one you know where you cheated folks at the tombstone event that you yourself became infamous for? interesting. your Sloss furnace event as well but as you say they are not real sounds to me your the only one that is as you say so damned dumb.

    this was the event you had chasing Casper as you state it.
    The event where people do exactly what you say is stupid that must mean your stupid proof and point.
    The tombstone event you chased Casper but wait no you chased the marshal’s ghost there.
    Tombstone marshals office continues Carol Malone fraud case,July update.
    Posted by BEYOND THE EDGE OF REALITY ⋅ August 13, 2015 ⋅ 6 Comments Paranormal Event Proves to
    be Major Scam
    For over a year, a Virginia woman by the name of “Carol Malone” has been advertising an event in Tombstone “A Haunting at Tombstone”.
    The event was to give people the opportunity to visit and investigate haunted Tombstone attractions such as the Birdcage Theatre, Big Nose Kates and other haunted locations throughout town. The ticket holders would have had paid lodging, breakfast and dinner and all of the entry fees to attractions paid for beforehand.
    On Friday, the starting day of the event, over 100 people stood anxiously waiting for the event to start, but, nobody showed to host and people stood confused not knowing what to do.
    Fortunately, a few folks that paid to attend the event, did know what was happening. What was happening was “Carol Malone” aka “London Knight” aka “Sarah White”. Malone, or whatever her real name may be, was the organizer of the event and according to Evan Jensen, is a long time scam artist who claims to own a business under the name of “Darkside Entertainment.”
    Evan Jensen resides in Oregon and has been investigating Malone for over 2 years. Jensen has made a priority to become a “fraud exposer” and has exposed several “scammers” including Ryan D. Buell, the lead investigator on “Paranormal State”, a popular but now cancelled A&E TV Show. According to Jensen, Malone wrote a book titled “Amityville House of Lies, but copied and stole over forty percent of the information from his website.
    Jensen is retired from the paranormal scene but currently runs a radio station, writes, blogs and works day and night to expose those who commit fraud.
    “A few years back, I had a woman message me about her son who was terminally ill and wanted to go see Ryan D. Buell at his popular paranormal event. The mother had used basically every penny she had to get her son to the event, but when he arrived, not one venue was booked and Buell never showed up. Thousands of people were ripped off by Buell. The worse part, the boy who wanted to see him before he passed on, died 2 weeks later. Because of that boy, I vowed to expose scammers for what they truly are. I want people to know and understand that defrauding and scamming people is more harmful than one may realize.”
    “From my research I have discovered that Carol Malone has at least 13 different aliases. This is not the first time she has done something like this. At least 80 people purchased the “VIP” ticket to the event and have been ripped off. She did refund 1 or 2 people their money, but one of them was an attorney.”
    Malone had promised ticket holders that their ticket included the hotel room at a very nice hotel in Tombstone close to Allen Street, breakfast and dinner for both days and entry to all of the attractions. However, Malone did not pay for anything and people were left wondering what to do and where to go when they arrived in Tombstone. There was no itinerary, sign in stations or meeting places.
    People traveled from all over the United States for the event and paid several hundred dollars for their “VIP” tickets. A woman who is terminally ill, was charged $900 for her “VIP” ticket, several hundred dollars more than what others paid. In an online video on the examiner.com, reporter John Albrecht Jr. and Connie Williams documented the woman saying that she used flight credits to get to Tombstone and was unable to enjoy any kind of an experience while in Tombstone. She stated that she would like to see something done about this incident and Malone shouldn’t get away with this. Several other ticket purchasers were interviewed and their testimonies can be heard on the same video at http://www.examiner.com.
    According to several business owners in Tombstone, over the past year, Malone would call and try to book hotels and attractions for tours and pay a small portion or a deposit, but never paid for them in full or only paid for a small amount of tickets when there was nearly 200 people who were supposed to have all of their fees covered.
    When ticket holders arrived in Tombstone and would go to an attraction to take their tour, they were stopped and told that they couldn’t go because the event organizer never paid for their entry. But, in kindness, many of the local businesses let these folks go through their tour for free because they had felt bad for them being ripped off by Malone.
    Jensen also told The Tombstone News that Malone deleted the Facebook page for the Tombstone event, but before deleting, she did try to blame the Tombstone businesses for the event being a failure. “She tried to blame numerous businesses including Trail Riders Inn and the Occidental. She tried to say that THEY scammed her and over charged her,” said Jensen. “It saddens me that Malone tried to question the integrity of the town of Tombstone.”
    According to the Trail Riders Inn, Malone did pay the deposits but never paid for the guest’s rooms. Several people have stated that the only reason they were able to have a warm bed to sleep in was because of the courtesy of the Trail Riders Inn giving them a free nights stay.
    Reports have also been made about the Sisters Paranormal Undertaker Tour. Ticket holders stated that these very kind folks let them enter their tour for free out of kindness.
    Gordon Anderson, owner of the Larian Motel told The Tombstone News that they only had one person show up for the event at the Larian. “The woman in question (Carol Malone) had been in touch with us for about one year. She booked the entire Larian Property but after giving her multiple times over that year to pay for her rooms, we had to cancel on her about 7 weeks before the event as she violated our trust so many times in regards to lying about when we would be paid. We did the right thing and did what we had to do. We are so sorry that so many people have been scammed by her.”
    According to one of the numerous webpages Malone used to sell tickets to the event, the cost for some tickets were being sold for over $300. A “Gold” Ticket was listed for $275, a “Silver” Ticket was listed for $225 and a “VIP” Ticket was listed for $325, with a requirement to be paid in full prior to January 2015. A day pass was also listed for $75 and vendors were able to purchase a space for their vendor table for $125. It is unknown if any vendors showed up or got ripped off, as our own investigation into the entire catastrophe is still underway.
    After several ticket holders discovered they had been scammed, many of them tried to find Malone to question her but she was nowhere to be found. When she was eventually found, she was seen hiding out in a bar surrounded by three bodyguards she rented for the weekend who would not let anyone speak to her.
    On Saturday, the Tombstone Marshals Office cited and released Malone, charged her with “theft of services” and gave her a court date. She is required to come back to Tombstone in two weeks and appear before the judge.
    After Malone was arrested, she left town, abandoning her already failed event.
    If you wish to read information about Malone and her scams, all you need to do is simply “Google” her name with the word “scam” (be sure to not mistake her for the renowned author from Europe). You may also visit http://www.ripoffreport.com where you can read numerous complaints about her and her “business” Darkside Entertainment”.
    At this time, it is still unknown if Malone acted alone or if she had a partner or partners.
    If you or anyone you know was ripped off by Malone, please contact the Tombstone Marshals Office at (520) 457-2244 and make a report.
    The Tombstone News will update you on this incident when the information becomes available to us.
    It sure does look like the self proclaimed gypsy gem, is possibly looking at serious charges. I mean how can someone think, they can scam or allegedly scam the town that is to tough to die?
    On around may 30th this  year, there was a paranormal event held by London knight aka Carol Malone.It was and event that went wrong, from booking issues to no booking, to events cancelled and to quite simply leaving town early to avoid scammed folks from asking for their money back.
    This is a recent article published in the Tombstone news, all right reserved and are in intended to the Tombstone news paper.
    Marshal’s Office Continues to Work Paranormal Event Fraud Case.
    Marshal’s Office Continues to Work Paranormal Event Fraud Case
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    Marshal’s Office Continues to Work Paranormal Event Fraud Case
    Samantha Nicholas•Fri, Jul 17, 2015
    Several inquiries have been made to The Tombstone News regarding the fraud case that took place in May of 2015. The case is still open and in fact, the new Tombstone Marshal John Houston recently placed a new investigator on the case.
    “The “Haunting in Tombstone” fraud case has not been dropped and is still open, we are pursuing all available leads,” said Marshal Houston.
    Houston went on to say that the reason there has not been a lot of updates on the case recently is due to the fact that there are so many victims involved and it is a time consuming case. Houston assured The Tombstone News that the case has not been dropped or forgotten.
    In May 2015, a couple hundred people flocked into Tombstone for the “Haunting in Tombstone” event that they purchased tickets for months ahead of time. Unfortunately, it did not take long for ticket-holders to realize that they had been ripped off.
    For over a year, a Virginia woman by the name of Carol Malone had planned the event and advertised online as well as other areas. Malone had advertised that if you bought a ticket to the event, you would have your room and board covered as well as your meals and entry to all of the haunted locations around Tombstone. Different ticket packages were available at different prices but all of the tickets seemed to cover the entry fee to the haunted locations.
    When anxious ticket-holders arrived in Tombstone, not only did they discover that Malone never paid for or booked the hotels but had never booked or paid for the different haunted tours. When the ticket-holders attempted to confront Malone, she would not speak to them and had two body guards keeping folks away from her.
    Luckily, several complaints were made and the Tombstone Marshals Office arrested Malone and charged her with Theft of Services. She was cited and released and left town shortly after.
    The Tombstone News did some research and discovered that Malone also goes by the aliases of London Knight and Sarah White. She allegedly owns a business called Darkside Entertainment. This is not the first time she has done something like the Tombstone event. Apparantly it has happened before and was going to happen again at another location. Luckily, ticket-holders to the Tombstone event notified the involved parties and the event was cancelled.
    If you wish to read information about Malone and her scams, “Google” her name with the word “scam” (be sure to not mistake her for the renowned author from Europe). You may also visit http://www.ripoffreport.com where you can read numerous complaints about her and her “business” Darkside Entertainment”.
    At this time, it is still unknown if Malone acted alone or if she had a partner or partners. If you or anyone you know was ripped off by Malone, please contact the Tombstone Marshals Office at (520) 457-2244 and make a report. The Tombstone News will update you on this incident when the information becomes available to us.
    Another link is here.
    We want to extend our thanks to so many, who came forward. Connie Williams for making that event work, Leslie Shelton for helping expose Carol Malone, john Albrecht for doing a fine journalist job, and Darlene Watts for all the work she did in assisting as well.
    The Paranormal Herald makes no mentions of guilt and all allegations are alleged to have happened, all parties are considered innocent until proven guilty in the court of law. all rights reserved to the tombstone newspaper and hereby parties mentioned.

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    Posted by Paranormal Herald Admin | January 14, 2017, 5:42 pm
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