What is wrong with todays society? that question is one we should all be searching answers for. The paranormal world is the same, seemingly riddled with fakes, frauds and of course, those so called psychics that want your hard earned dollars.
Christina George is an alleged scam artist con, who claims to be a psychic in Sacramento CA. She has created numerous groups on Facebook to lure in and con people. She has never had psychic abilities, yet continues to con those in the paranormal industry in order to make a name for herself at the expense of others. She often agers people, to better her own position that seemingly finds lots of loop holes from major felonies to potential fraud, within the social media and the paranormal world.
Of course one such woman, has came up in the paranormal world, as just that. Phony as A faked ten million dollar bill. Christina George. A self proclaimed intuitive psychic.
What is sort of A stated no in spiritual aspects, or ghost hunting for what ever reason. Let alone in the real world, is the so called desecrating of grave sites. One such person seems to think, it is all right to do so.
What does not surprise me, is that Christina might be involved into this sort of crappy spiritual behavior. If we are looking at her, for what she has done in the past, this will not surprise anyone really.
Never mind the laws of this great nation, they do not apply to scam artists and or felons apparently. Or alleged paranormal psychics for that matter.
18-7027. Desecration of grave, cemetery, headstone or place of burial prohibited. It shall be unlawful for any person, not acting in full compliance with all the terms of the law to desecrate or molest in any way any portion of any grave, cemetery, headstone, grave marker, mausoleum, crypt, or other place of burial, whether of whole bodies or ashes, or other evidence of remains of a deceased human body. Any person convicted or found guilty of violating the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor.
Statements taken through what seems to be Facebook, shows the same woman by her comments supporting this factual truth.
Christina George, has had a rather long alleged history of deception. From supposed theft of haunted statues, to even trying to bring in Johnny Zaffis into her mix of lies. She was busted in more then several attempts to gain credibility, by using big name actors as her references, how ever Zaffis replied and stated she never ever worked with him.
As A reference the said haunted items were never returned,the couple she was investigating with her case, there demands went unheard.
Did she ever return the mans property? nope.
Christina George is a scam artist con who claims to be a psychic in Sacramento CA. She has created numerous group on Facebook to lure in and con people. She has never had psychic abilities yet continues to con those in the paranormal industry in order to make a name for herself at the expense of others. http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/christina-george/sacramento-california-/christina-george-strong-women-of-the-paranormal-psychic-paranormal-research-society-par-935162#comment_11
In and article published in The Eye Of The Paranormal, statements made by the actual victims themselves
September 30, 2013, 04:16:12 PM
Christina came to our home because we were having paranormal problems. She said that she could help us and get rid of the spirits that were causing the problems. While at our home, she saw two figurines that she said had bad spirits attached to them. We discussed them with her and even told her that we had been told that they were valued at $65,000.00 or more each. She said that our problems would not stop until they were out of our home. She convinced us to give them to her so that she could take them to UC Davis and have them put on display in their anthropology department. She said that we would have one year to take them back or they would become property of the university. We had her sign a contract this this effect. About 6 months later, we found out that she had not given them to the university, but instead had kept them at her home. When we asked for them back, she told us that she had sent them to John Zaffis to keep in his museum. We had not agreed to this. When she came again to our home with her team to do a cleansing, she told us that she had lied to us about sending them to John when she said she did but had indeed “lied” to us. She then said that she sent them to him just the day before her team came to our home. We believe that she probably sold them and pocketed the money.