If excuses are the normal and all is what it is supposed to be, than being able to rely upon the Barry’s for their said big time event is a problem. My daddy once said you can con the best, but don’t ever try to manipulate me. I think I have lived that expression my entire life.
It seems I am living it with the Barry’s and their events. The old “TO GOOD TO BE TRUE”. has reared it’s ugly head. On the outer surface, they seem like that nice loving paranormal couple, but on the inner surface, there is this shady, distrusting attitude, that I am certain many have seen and shared. If tere is one thing I have come to know, is just how these socialites can get the better of ones self. They can be deceptive and make you think your questioning them is all wrong and that they if you believed them are next to saints. How further from the truth can this so often be.
Since the very Barry beginning, the events put on by both Pam Barry and Steve Barry have had some sort of scrutiny involved within their events.. Either it be charity accusations and falsely claiming to the not supporting of charitable companies, or pocketing the charitable donations during such events.
One thing for certain, is in the line of said questioning that was being directed to them, they have always managed to dodge them, again either by social attacking or by maintaining there repeated innocents’ In this case I think giving them the Golden Raspberry award seems fitting. Just about a week ago, we saw the Barry’s do a live video, where they claimed they were not fearing the corona virus and that within itself had sparked even more controversy. They had allegedly said, they were not making people wear masks for Covid-19 protection. So what changed then between that video and there said paranormal event the Gettysburg Battlefield Bash? according to people, who wanted to attend and had made major arrangements, they stated nothing changed other than the bash cancelling there event and blaming covid-19 for the reason.
Ok flash forward 1 week later and the fine duels and mighty paranormal event capers, had announced all over social media, that they were doing and event at the LOOK OUT HOUSE. Many thought it odd, that they would cancel the prior event to simply hold another a week later? Others thought something fishy was going on. After planning the second event, they than days before that event also had it cancelled. If there were no suspicions than, now people were really confused.
In a prior article written we even spoke about the fact Pam Barry one half of the Barry Patch kids had stated the Wyndham had worked with them and after I called that hotel, they even stated it was the Barry’s whom cancelled there event. After realizing the lies had began to start up again, I had to find out the truth and it was not from the Barry’s.
With Pam Barry informing everyone that the bash was cancelled due to Corona virus concerns, questions, began to surface, than why were they planning another event just days apart from bash cancellation. The oddity was, they were ready to go for 2021.Niot even taking care of there first bash event and paying people back, they were all set for 2021and according to them the hotel, the Wyndham was all set to work in accordance with them?
With people being on states disability and the Pam Barry only making a suggested 600 extra dollars a month, people had began to wonder how could they afford things such as new limo services, haunted tours, ghost shop, rent, insurance for everything? The income reported did never seem to make sense. What did make sense was the actual amounts of money they had allegedly collected from the bash events and not from donating proceeds to charity types such as Wounded Warriors, sick kids and the like.
In an article written in The Herald. It briefly describes some charity questions.
One more article. that showed the directed threats to any would be whistle blowers. One important aspect, that led to even more scrutiny concerning the Gettysburg Bash.
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