Looking at the said history of an alleged drug addict and complete conman, people should wonder if the latest announcement made by PRS, is worth a true grain of salt. Ex Paranormal State star Ryan Daniel Buell. A now certified crook and alleged ex druggy made announcements, they were looking for haunted cases to film.
I can not imagine having an ex druggy and an ex alleged conman inside my home, my castle. How does anyone ever trust a person, who has taken money, scammed, lied and cheated his own fans. Not the fact he lied about cancer and even told a national syndicated magazine he had pancreatic cancer?
Even after stealing peoples money in prior events, they seemed to have the go power to schedule more events, as if nothing after there alleged scams ever happened. Buell, was front and center on the grandest stage of all. News, for his so called alleged scams into the paranormal entertainment industry. So, when people saw he was continuing his ghost adventures by way of taking on haunted cases, some were a little surprised.
Ryan Daniel Buell’s long time friend, Chip Coffee even spoke out against Buell. He had stated Ryan maybe had stolen hundreds of thousands of dollars from failed and not scheduled prior paranormal events. Ryan either failed to schedule or never booked the entire event, but did pocket the funds from his accounts for the purchasing of said tickets, but never offered any refunds. Some refunds could never be collected because of statute limitations from either the site used or peoples own credit cards. Some tickets were booked way in advance and were never ever collected back to the said purchasers.
I-Team “Troubleshooter” reporter Diane Wilson of North Carolina’s ABC affiliate WTVD-TV in the Raleigh-Durham area tried to reach out to former “Paranormal State” star Ryan Buell last week to get his side of the story on a series of recent Examiner articles regarding fraud allegations. Buell was unable to be reached for comment but his longtime friend Chip Coffey called Wilson to speak about their fans’ missing money. The follow-up segment aired on Raleigh’s ABC11 Eyewitness News on Tuesday.
link below is of Buell on ABC-7 news
Ryan Buell, had built quite the resume. Not in A good way either. He claimed to have had Pancreatic cancer in A live interview with people magazine in 2012 and later was found to be on drugs instead. His constant and alleged drug usage led him to bigger criminal things, such as stealing a rental vehicle and even being arrested for domestic abuse.
Ryan Buell out on bail
The below link, is a link where you can see the mans interview and exactly what he had said in Peoples Magazine. keep in mind, his own mother stated he isn’t sick from cancer..
By Rennie Dyball
August 09, 2012 12:15 PM
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 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.”
“There are those who have struggled with this disease for years, those who are diagnosed every day and those within the support network surrounding them. Ryan knows he is loved and supported, and would want for that love and support to stretch beyond this community.”
Determined to Fight
“I think it’s always been Ryan’s goal to help others,” Chip Coffey, who often appeared with Buell on Paranormal State, tells PEOPLE. “I just think it’s his altruistic, loving attitude of wanting to give to people and to somehow be of service to mankind.”
“He’s determined,” adds Coffey, “to be able to fight this disease. To not lie
What is the problem with making such an announcement you may say? the problem is, Buell had been alleged to have scammed many folks, during past paranormal events. So does it give him A free pass to do the exact same thing? I mean schedule new events under P.R.S. Keep in mind he never repaid the missing money to many.
The truth could not have been further in Buell’s case. things started manifesting rapidly. The case of his stolen rental created a spiral downward and of course led Buell to being arrested twice.
Ryan Buell out on bail for second time. Will he get into trouble again? was an article ran on 05/18/2017