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Ghosthunters Of The Heartland stirring up more then ghosts. Charges clients, then disappears from social media.

What does it take to roust these misfits of  social injustice? they come into our homes. They claim to be paranormal experts, but when the soup gets dicey, they often reveal an unsaid ugly truth. This is what this article is about.

It is being said that Ghosthunters Of The Heartland have been charged with scamming there own client out of money. It has been alleged that they charged a sum of 300 dollars to A specific client, who was having a haunted issue, But got failed promises and absolutely nothing in return for there money spent..

The issue to  the entirety, is that perhaps ghosthunters should never be charging anyone.

In a recent reply by the said infamous ghosthunters founders LIZZ LANKFORD & GREG MERRILL, they simply didn’t have good enough equipment to get results, as was stated by the group themselves. One such complaint was expressed by the clients .The clients stated that the para group refused to return phone calls and refused to release any said evidence of the afterlife to there clients. Leaving the clients desperate for answers and help.

The ghosthunters reasoning? “We need better equipment”.

The biggest complaint was said to be the lack of removing what was there or any true investigative follow up procedures at all. Another wards they closed up shop and left the clients hanging. They according to many links, shut them down as well.


Before the infamous ghosthunting experts left social media, before there fires got to hot, they had comments on there pages similar to the one below.


Paranormal Herald.

“Thanks to the type of work that I do, I meet people on what seems an almost weekly basis who have (or claim to have) a ghost in their house. These otherworldly encounters may not be occurring at the present time, or may have happened in a house where they used to live, but they assure me that strange things did, or do, occur at the place they inhabit.

“This leads me to wonder, how can anyone charge someone else to detect ghost or something we can not see. Is it right or wrong to charge anybody in the first place?

“What the clients can do instead of wasting there hard earned money on some sort of expert.

“Another thing that I recommend doing is to try and keep a log or a journal of any activity that occurs in the house. This will be extremely helpful and as a rule, I always suggest it to people who contact me about their possible haunting. It’s a great way to not only recall the events while they are fresh in your mind (so you don’t have to try and remember them for the first time in a later interview) but also to see if a pattern of activity exists.

“The determination of such a pattern would be extremely helpful to an investigator. It could show a natural cause for the activity (such as a furnace kicking on or a nearby fright train passing by) or might make it possible (if the activity turns out to be real) to decide when might be the best time for a paranormal investigation to take place. Obviously, if it looks like the ghostly events are occurring at a certain time (or day), then this would be the time the ghost hunter and his team would want to be present.
When you are compiling your journal or logbook, here are a few things that you want to be sure to include:
1. Note the exact time and date when the activity occurred.
2. Make a note of everyone who was present and what they saw. If possible have each witness record their thoughts in their own words.
3. Try and note the weather conditions at the time.
The journal will be an invaluable piece of research if an investigator comes to call and it will go a long way in establishing evidence about the haunting in your home.
Now that you have been able to try and rule out natural explanations for the events in your house and perhaps have even kept a log of the weird things that occurred, you have to decide what you want to do next.

“Admittedly, many witnesses will not have gotten this far with their own research. Many people are frightened by what is going on and very few of them understand it. The fact that (if you think your house is haunted) you have gone as far as to read this article is something you should be commended for. People are frightened by the unknown and by things that they don’t understand.

“I should tell you though, that in all of the years that I have been involved in ghost research, I have never run across anything that I would consider to be “evil” or “demonic”. Yes, I have run across some cases that are outside of the norm, and were certainly strange, but they were not “demons” disguised as ghosts! Despite what some people would have you believe, the cases of people actually being hurt by ghosts are very, very rare.

“There is an extremely remote chance that you have anything at all to be afraid of, so try and relax and keep your eyes and ears open to any other developments.
At this point, you have a choice of what to do next. You can either learn to live with the novelty of a ghost in your house, or you can get in touch with a legitimate ghost researcher to help you understand it better. You may also decide that you can’t abide the idea of sharing your house with a ghost and we’ll talk about what you can do about that later. Even if you decide that you want to “get rid of” the ghost, it’s likely that an investigation team would need to determine the veracity and extent of the haunting first. But first do not pay anyone to hunt down your ghost or spooks.

Final thoughts.

“If you are experiencing a haunting and have been thinking of contacting a ghost hunter, then I hope that you now know what to expect from this experience. In some small way, I hope that this knowledge can contribute to the end of people being taken advantage of by the questionable and inexperienced ghost hunters who are out there. A little knowledge can go a long way and now that you know what to look for, you can avoid the problems that so many have encountered in the past. Good luck!

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.


6 thoughts on “Ghosthunters Of The Heartland stirring up more then ghosts. Charges clients, then disappears from social media.

  1. Reblogged this on Paranormal Herald World News Today.

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    Posted by Paranormal Herald Magazine | May 23, 2018, 5:43 am
  2. We never abandoned our client. We spent many hours at his house, doing a very thorough job. He never paid us in full, which I’m sure he didn’t mention. We reviewed everything, & found no evidence of activity, and, we told him there wasn’t anything. I have plenty of vmail, & texts to support our side. He just wants a refund, because there was no evidence, & that’s not how that works. We were paid for the hours spent investigating. Seems he thinks he’s guaranteed ghosts or something, lol. We temporarily took the page down to clean up the harassing comments from him, & his cohorts.


    Posted by Lizz Lankford | May 23, 2018, 12:29 pm
  3. I see how do you justify charging anyone in the first place? I have worked thousands of cases interviewed thousands of clients and so forth over the years,but never charged them A dime. did you sate that you needed more software for the results of the said evidence? why ius the client complaining then?


    Posted by Paranormal Herald Magazine | May 23, 2018, 2:22 pm
  4. You DO NOT! EVER CHARGE for an investigation…Who do you think you are charging Larry Heston and his wife for an Investigation. If you are charging clients do us all a favor and get out of the Paranormal Field. You are no longer welcome in the Paranormal Community. We never EVER charge a client when we do a residential.
    I will be conversing with Larry and his wife later today to get the full story. Not looking good for GOTH when they get an attorney involved. Because you are operating a business without a business license and if you say you have one, that’s pretty bad when Doing investigations for clients are coming from Paranormal Investigators which are docketed as NON Profit…And they can site you with an attorney and sue you for not running a business without a business license…and no county clerk is going to give a business license for Paranormal Investigating…Happy tails to court…


    Posted by Gavin Kelly | May 23, 2018, 3:04 pm
  5. I think Gavin you have explained quite a lot here. your point is exactly right the norm for ghost hunters is non profit.The herald will be following up with more specifics in this regard.


    Posted by Paranormal Herald Magazine | May 24, 2018, 1:34 pm
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