Most folks used to recognize Ryan Buell as a person of integrity and honor, but over the past few years, they came to know the man as a repeated scammer, who had allegedly stolen hundreds of thousands of dollars. Prior events were cancelled or not booked, even though money was being taken in by the said man. Then as Buell apparently hit rock bottom, he was then involved with the law on two other issues A domestic abuse case and also a theft of a rental car.
ABC affiliate reported the misdealing’s of Buell the first time.
Recently Buell’s post to Loop Magazine. Ryan Buell addressed a small portion of his addiction. He outlined the fact that he had been clean for five months. He stated he had been in a Dark place and knew if he did not get help soon, it was a life or death sort of thing.
On August 9, 2012 at 12:15pm EDT, Buell did an interview with people.com. Inside the said interview, Buell claimed to have had Pancreatic cancer.
Ryan Buell, paranormal investigator and star of A&E’s hit series Paranormal State, has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He is 30 years old.
Buell, who founded the Paranormal Research Society, was released from treatment Wednesday morning, his staff wrote on his Facebook page. “Things are looking positive after complications with his kidneys started a month ago and temporarily knocked him down,” read the update. “Ryan enjoyed some Wendy’s (but keep that a secret) and reported back to work today.”
Buell, who wrote a memoir, Paranormal State: My Journey Into the Unknown, in 2010, has been speaking out about his battle on his official fan page. And he wants to make something clear.
He’s not the only one struggling with this terrible disease.
“You all also know that Ryan … wants to make sure that others are taken care of first,” wrote a member of the PRS staff. “Ryan has been honored and humbled by the support, but also wants to make sure that we all remember the struggle is not his alone.”
Buell:”“I know there are many of you suffering from illnesses, and not just cancer. I say to all of you: SOLDIER ON!” Buell wrote with the photo. “I know the pain that you will feel. And the pain for treatment. I still say SOLDIER ON! Let’s think of one another during those moments, even though we don’t know each other.”