Why did Arron Goodwin of ghost adventures state Harold the doll is the most haunted in the world? even though the story is based on lies and self centered nonsense? I think that question needs to be answered, but how to do so?
There is what seems to be the Hollywood version and the trustful version and some times ratings make better reality then the said truth. Everybody wants to see demons with spitting pea soup, not something that will not bring in the shock and wow factor.
The question that many real researchers and paranormal enthusiasts are wanting answers for, are how can somebody label A supposed haunted doll, without ever truly investigating the said sources first? is this not paranormal research 101?
Once again, it is paranormal reality TV right.
The fact either willingly or not Arron Goodwin, accepted the story and him and Zak Bagans went ahead with the story fooling the audience and tens of thousands of paranormal people.by doing so, they both endorsed A story, that was clearly fabricated and A story, that did involve A 10 year old autistic child.
The story of Harold The haunted doll is been under suspicion, because of the claimant Anthony Quinata, and his involvement of then A 6 year old autistic boy. We can call Vincent. Truth is, Anthony keeps giving the doll different names, such as stating the doll is demonic or even has multiple souls in it at different times. When ever it suits him, he just changes the associated things with the said doll. That within itself makes people believe his stories are untrue and he himself can not remember what exactly it was he stated first.
keep in mind Anthony released 4 spirits or as he put it souls from the said doll. But yet he say’s the doll had demons so wat is it then souls and souls are not demons and demons are unborn so what is the real lie he is telling folks then? Anthony even mentioned Abadon and stated Vincent drew him when did that happen I severely doubt any alleged autistic child can tell Anthony anything really.
Keep in mind in any religious teachings I know of demons can not inhibit objects, but can enter into living beings such as people and animals.
In A prior article, written January 28th,2017. Daniel Hertz writes.
““Ghost Adventures,” the popular Travel Channel paranormal reality show involving three Ed Hardy-clad ghost hunters, is being haunted by allegations the show plays loose with the facts and emphasizes showmanship over hardcore research.
And, yes, paranormal experts claim that they employ science and scholarly research in their investigations of unexplained phenomena.
The accusations come from Bonnie Vent, a self-proclaimed “spirit advocate” in San Diego, who claims shows like “Ghost Adventures,” “Ghost Hunters” and “Fact Or Fake” sensationalize the supernatural in order to scare up ratings.
“Due to the format they have to be augmented to make them more interesting,” she told HuffPost Weird News, adding that “lockdowns,” where “Ghost Adventures” stars Zak Bagans, Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin get locked inside a facility at midnight in order to investigate, “are good television but not necessary.”
She says that the crew behind “Ghost Adventures” doesn’t research the places being investigated as thoroughly as they claim to. Recently, she says, she discovered that firsthand, when the crew came to her hometown to investigate the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Restaurant, a reportedly haunted San Diego hot spot for paranormal activity.
This could very easily explain why Zak Bagans and crew, did not seem to really investigate Harold the haunted doll. If this is true, it would explain why both Zak and Arron stated the doll was the most haunted doll ever..
Remember about the ratings folks.
Craig Weiler, Associate member, Parapsychological Association
Answered Mar 13, 2016
I saw a little bit of one show and my eyes rolled so far back in my head I almost hurt myself.
That’s . . . not how it works. I’ve met with scientists who do actual scientific investigations and not one of them takes shows like Ghost Adventures seriously. They’ve been approached because the producers were hoping to give their show some legitimacy, but the non disclosure agreements are ridiculous and all of them turned their offers down.
One more response:
I believe in the paranormal. I believe most of the “findings” on the show are genuine. However, I do believe Zak also dramatizes some findings. I believe he says some sounds, feelings, and/or sights are paranormal when, in all reality, can be explained if they put forth effort to debunk them.
Keeping this somewhat easy to follow, never trust reality shows for the trueness, one would accept and two do not ever base someone else’s findings or stated claims off of same Hollywood T.V
In the case of one very aggravated alleged psychic, his claims are ridiculous. He has no probable way to prove the doll is anything other then just that an ordinary simple doll.
What has angered the community, is his (Anthony Quinata) his continued using of an autistic child, now believed to be 10
To be continued.