This is an interesting article no doubt. We have all seen paranormal enthusiasts who do there research, who enter private individuals homes, but did you ever ask or wonder what the actual background of some of these people is?
There is also one major growing concern among the main stream now, with a con of some type being committed every 6 seconds, when will individual states and or cities begin to require proper credentials for these specific groups of people? After all they go into peoples homes claiming to be ghost experts, they claim to always be wanting to help folks, but do they perhaps have another motive? the problem is they gain information even private information, as well as names,
last names even research information of the said property, birthdates, medical information, basically everything they would need to begin there con or even provide that information to other individuals or criminals..
Let’s face it, they could easily case the place they enter couldn’t they?
In a Small town of Branson MO, resides a man named Wesley Fox, A paranormal author who on the out side represents himself to be someone trustworthy? But there seems to be more troubling information ,he would not appreciate us leaking. could it be that in 2000,Wesley was charged with Burglary as well as some other charges in Arkansas, that included shoplifting at Walmart. The court records depict a man somewhat disturbing and perhaps someone, that should not be going into peoples houses or businesses.
Here it says Wesley was charged with a class B felony, for Burglary and also a class A misdemeanor for Theft of property. In each charge Wesley plead not guilty.
It has been stated that Wesley did not have money for a few boxes of hostess Twinkies, so he decided to lift them shop lift them that is. How ever Walmart’s finest were on the scene and had already suspected Wesley was planning his great caper. But this is all a rumor so far.
There are also documents, that show Wesley as not paying his taxes on his ghost tours & company.