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Posing paranormal doctor, Chuck kennedy scams woman with known dementia.

After all Deception, swindling and running certain scams seem to be the norm for some people. What does it take to be able to stop them from creating a wake of victims that are often centered around the country? innocent lives are involved. In this case, it truly seems, as if there is some mad paranormal guy posing as A doctor.

There  are also others that seem to wish to support him, such as Katrina Rake a woman claiming to be a bishop in the Catholic faith, but is actually a person Ron Feyl brought into his circles also not a  true Catholic. Some of Chuck Kennedys psychics include Susan Bloom, Dawn Short and others. Even a woman with dementia.

What has brought Chuck Kennedy under scrutiny, is that on at least one occasion or circumstance ,he has convinced an elderly woman, who is said to have dementia, that she is a psychic, heeler and medium. D.R Chuck Kennedy hands out certificates ,calling people his psychic angels.

In A recent chat message, Chuck Kennedy say’s he does not convince anyone they are psychic, but yet he does hand out certificates to those who say they are?

It is believed and alleged that this man is convincing women that they have rare psychic gifts. He creates fabricated scenarios about “missing” people. He asks these women [cult followers] to find the missing person. When they send him their “psychic Impassions, he tells them that they were successful. He claims a 91% success rate in finding missing people, but never publishes a single specific fact. Although in his video, he displays a brain scanner and claims these followers are tested, they are not! He just continues to add followers convincing them they have rare psychic gifts. He calls himself a doctor and runs what is labeled an “institute” admittedly from what he claims is a haunted house. He skillfully never presents his credentials, although using social media [Facebook. Linkedin, etc.] He also avoids publishing the criteria and charges for earning one of his certificatesThe certificate seen below has been altered to not reflect the individuals name do to confidentiality purposes, so I included my name there instead. As you can see the document is signed DR Chuck Kennedy, and is dated 12/15/2016


The second kicker, is that this posing DR Chuck Kennedy, then uses these so called women who he say’s are psychic, to either do readings for 60 dollars or to build a platform for his psychic network. On one site he even has listed several so called mediums, even one that is actually pretty sick and who has been said that the person has dementia.

Where are all the so called cases, they have done?. Again repeated claims of finding missing people. 91.3 success rate, why aren’t the cases publicized then nothing on TV or media or the news to confirm anything of the claims he has openly stated? When you make such claims people should begin to question and always ask for credentials.

After reviewing much information about Chuck Kennedy, we revisit his linked in page, Where he openly states he is A doctor. However no place can we find any such accredited information. The only thing showing, is himself wearing a doctors white coat and his stethoscope .He claims to hold A PHD in Neuro science, does that mean he can treat people, hook them up to EEG machines and or monitor vitals on them and study brain waves and there alleged patters under paranormal circumstances?



One huge deception that many are now trying to carry out, is the deception that they can find missing people. Some are calling themselves psychics, clairvoyants and mediums. Most have no true proven skills and most likely can not find there own ways out of a sleeping bag on a hot summers evening. However none the less they are out there feeding on people daily.

The latest scam is the missing persons routine. One will have fancy websites, make ridiculous claims that they can find your missing loved one when others have not. Most often times, they will  simply want your money. It is really how the scam begins that should throw up red flags.

One man A so called D.R Chuck Kennedy,  recently has came under a few peoples radar as of recently. D.R Chuck Kennedy on Facebook lists his name as Chuck Kennedy with no mentions of him being a said doctor at all other then his profile picture.


On chucks linked in page he lists the following, but still does not show any accredited or actual training to warrant a DR of any kind. In fact when questioned, he did not bother returning to chat to explain where he got his accredited credentials.



Information about being accredited:

The U.S. Department of Education does not accredit educational institutions and/or programs. However, the Department provides oversight over the postsecondary accreditation system through its review of all federally-recognized accrediting agencies. The Department holds accrediting agencies accountable by ensuring that they enforce their accreditation standards effectively. Also, as a part of the Department’s oversight roles, the Secretary of Education is required by law to publish a list of nationally recognized accrediting agencies that the Secretary determines to be reliable authorities as to the quality of education or training provided by the institutions of higher education and the higher education programs they accredit. The U.S. Secretary of Education also recognizes State agencies for the approval of public postsecondary vocational education and nurse education.

There are some circumstances, that have raised suspicion locally in specific regards to D.R Chuck Kennedy.

D.R Chuck Kennedy  of PSI (Project PSI falsely claims to have earned a PHD in hypnosis and or neuroscience.. As readers of this blog are aware, there is no legitimate doctorate in hypnosis anywhere in the world. In his listing on  Linked In, Chuck kennedy claims to have earned the “Doctor of Clinical Hypnosis” While at  no one time we could find a business license registered to the man . As Chuck kennedy describes mapping patterns of the brain, by using EEG charts he shows no place his special training what so ever, other then he is a  practitioner. it is in no way shape or form an accredited educational institution with any authority to bestow legitimate doctoral degrees. Also, judging by his own published qualifications, it doesn’t appear that chuck holds any legitimate academic degree. We reviewed the website at the place he says is his office, but is nothing more then some haunted attraction, where he practices with others



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.


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