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Despite having zero resolutions to prior events being conned, Buell now is to host 18th birthday at Gettysburg home coming event.


There as they say, is “no honor among thieves”. That is most likely an under statement of the year. Ryan Buell has been a continuing problem in specific regards to scamming folks and then walking away, even blaming cancer for his so called failed events and people being scammed outright out of there money.

Perhaps, the largest question the people he allegedly scammed, swindled or  had cheated out of there money can ask, is “Why is it ok to allow A man to even partake at anything with  the Gettysburg name on it. For that matter any event? with Buell charging upwards of over 350.00 to attend his great celebratory ordeal, will this mean he will then explain to folks, he is making money to repay all the money he had apparently and or allegedly taken before?

In 2014, Chip Coffey, a long-time friend of Buell’s, was scheduled to be on the “Conversations with the Dead Tour” with Buell. He said thousands of dollars were at stake. At the time, Coffey said Buell and his team were in charge of all the details for the tour, but nothing was booked, despite selling tickets to the show.

https://abc11.com/entertainment/troubleshooter-buell-friend-speaks-out/226669/

Paranormal Herald:

P.R.S, Buell’s so called organization, is been nothing less then A front to scam, cheat and profit from doing so. He has been seen, as what most will call, A professional con-man. A liar, thief and even a prior druggy. Yep. Buell once claimed in an open interview with People Magazine, that he had cancer. Pancreatic cancer that is. Later after some years had past. Buell’s own mom allegedly stated to Buell’s fans, that it was not cancer.

https://paranormalheraldmagazine.wordpress.com/2017/07/31/ryan-buells-own-mother-to-manage-buells-accounts-announces-new-prs-home-coming-event-september-22-24th-2017/

Dianne Wilson assisted in breaking A story,that went viral and brought P.R.S to its knees. Finally A start of obtaining the information, that so many had criticized as being fake and fraudulent. It was all coming to fruition. Buell no longer had a secret. The cat was out of the bag, as they say.

After A lay off, Buell eventually had to  get checked into drug recovery and ended up even going to jail over prior issues, such as domestic abuse and an alleged stolen Hertz car.

Buell’s own posts dictated, he was being sent to A in-house drug therapy program. His past had finally caught up to him, or was slowly crawling to him.

https://paranormalheraldmagazine.wordpress.com/2017/06/01/ex-celebrity-ryan-daniel-buell-confirmed-for-drug-rehab-by-his-own-recent-posting-to-facebook/

https://paranormalheraldmagazine.wordpress.com/2017/03/14/former-ae-reality-star-ryan-daniel-buell-attempts-to-steal-another-rental-vehicle/

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https://www.centredaily.com/news/local/crime/article105088416.html

https://abc7.com/entertainment/paranormal-state-ghost-hunter-ryan-buell-arrested/1520882/

By Diane Wilson
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
RALEIGH — A television personality who claims to be a paranormal expert and looked for ghosts on the cable series “Paranormal State” is in jail amid theft charges.

Ryan Daniel Buell, 34, is facing two felony charges related to theft and stolen property. He’s also facing a misdemeanor charge of theft of services. All charges are in Centre County, Pennsylvania, where Buell was last known to be living. Buell was arrested on Sept. 18 in Florence County, South Carolina, the state where he grew up.
Buell’s role in “Paranormal State” involved looking for ghosts or trying to prove that life after death is real.

He has a sizable fan base across the country, but fans started getting frustrated with him after he canceled shows without providing refunds.

Buell had started a tour called “Conversations with the Dead Tour.” Tickets were sold to shows in cities across the U.S. and Canada, but the shows got postponed and then canceled, leaving fans with no answers and looking for refunds.
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‘Paranormal State’ ghost hunter Ryan Buell arrested
Ryan Daniel Buell is seen in an undated file photo.
By Diane Wilson
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
RALEIGH — A television personality who claims to be a paranormal expert and looked for ghosts on the cable series “Paranormal State” is in jail amid theft charges.

Ryan Daniel Buell, 34, is facing two felony charges related to theft and stolen property. He’s also facing a misdemeanor charge of theft of services. All charges are in Centre County, Pennsylvania, where Buell was last known to be living. Buell was arrested on Sept. 18 in Florence County, South Carolina, the state where he grew up.
Buell’s role in “Paranormal State” involved looking for ghosts or trying to prove that life after death is real.

He has a sizable fan base across the country, but fans started getting frustrated with him after he canceled shows without providing refunds.

Buell had started a tour called “Conversations with the Dead Tour.” Tickets were sold to shows in cities across the U.S. and Canada, but the shows got postponed and then canceled, leaving fans with no answers and looking for refunds.

Fans were out hundreds of dollars and wanted their money back. Many of them never got a dime back. Some were able to get refunds by disputing the charge with their credit card company.

In 2014, Chip Coffey, a long-time friend of Buell’s, was scheduled to be on the “Conversations with the Dead Tour” with Buell. He said thousands of dollars were at stake. At the time, Coffey said Buell and his team were in charge of all the details for the tour, but nothing was booked, despite selling tickets to the show.

“I know that the last accounting I had, with regards to ticket sales for the ‘Conversations with the Dead Tour,’ it was in excess of $80,000,” Coffey said.

The 2014 incident was not the first time Buell canceled shows. In 2012, he canceled some shows claiming he was fighting pancreatic cancer. In late 2013, Buell told People Magazine he was close to remission, ready to tour again and he started selling tickets for 2014 to another tour. Yet, several of those shows never happened.

Paranormal Herald:

Just days ago Buell posted this.

FULL EVENT TICKETS: $350.00 . Includes all activities AND the PRS Anniversary Dinner.
PRS ANNIVERSARY DINNER SOCIAL: $150.00. Includes admittance into the PRS Anniversary social on Saturday, October 26th from 6pm-10:30pm. Dinner is included.

He had also advertised on this page.

https://events.eventzilla.net/e/prs-homecoming-gettysburg-2138736105

About BEYOND THE EDGE OF REALITY

MY NAME IS EVAN JENSEN A PARANORMAL EXPERT IF THERE IS SUCH A THING. I myself being involved at various aspects of the paranormal have come to realize it is a field riddled with conmen and frauds hoping to evade the public and con as many as possible. This paper I.E blog site has stopped many from doing such. It is a free site for those needing help and wishing to spread the news of there fellow con people.

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