After seeing a few different posts from S.O.S paranormal, we wanted to simply take A closer look at this group. After reading there posts and doing some of our own research, we saw this group had also used there held events in the name of charity. What we also saw, was that S.O.S, has used the Barry’s a few times before.
A friend to the paper, reached out to the S.O.S. crew. They tried to explain to them, that partnering with the Barry’s might be considered bad business. They spoke of reputations and the fact that the Barry’s had been investigated considering charity fraud in 2019. The S.O.S crew responded with other actions, such as welcoming them into there events and endorsing all that they do and have done so far, even teaching kids the paranormal what’s up. Not that these people would truly know, or they would never have involved innocent children.
One certainly can not complain, if something goes wrong and the S.O.S crew gets the blame for it.
In 2019, the Barry’s had managed to scare up some complaints of there own. Those complaints led to a probe by the AG office in Gettysburg. Now according to our sources, S.O.S paranormal is teaming up with them, this coming March.
Read Barry’s story here!
S.O.S Paranormal offers camps to teens, involving the paranormal.What was not clear, was if they are free or if there is A fee for such.Conflicting banners were made and shown below.
If this team is in P.A, do or did they ever have a permit or license to run any event in the name of charity?Or are they to just another group out to scam individuals under the guise, it was for charity. The Herald will be going far back,to see what the prior events were listed under and so forth.
Anyone with information, is asked to please come forward as there names will be kept confidential.