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Daniel Rumanos AKA Ron Mershon, pedophebephilic accused of stealing pictures of 18 month old baby from woman’s social media site.


I have often been told, if you post pictures on Facebook, they are entirely up for grabs. I need to correct that statement, because it isn’t entirely truthful at all. Children have a protected law put into place to do just that, protect them from social online predators.

Basically, with a few exceptions, it is actually perfectly legal for strangers to photograph or videotape your child, and they are free to post or publish the images as well. Contrary to what many parents believe, they do not need to give their consent or sign a release. This is a problem, that enables pedophiles and anybody wishing to use children’s pictures a Green flag.

It is vile, sick and bloody disgusting to know a would be sick minded person has used your children’s photo. So what you can do, is contact these peoples friends on social media. People, that may not of known about the person, they had friended. The following list is a list of people, Daniel Rumanos AKA Ron Mershon has friended and all who are in the Paranormal community.

Surprisingly people hit the like button and do not pay attention to whom they are actually linking. It happens all the time. These folks have all been contacted, as they are in the paranormal community that Daniel Rumanos has now apparently infiltrated himself into. I am sure they have no clue, that several woman now claim Daniel Has taken their children’s pictures. One being an alleged 18 month old baby. They have also stated or alleged, that M.R Rumanos has shared their pictures as well and had felt creeped out by it.

Daniel Rumanos is a self-described pedophebephilic creep and a disgrace to the writing community. I know middle schoolers who have a better grasp on grammar and more well-developed storytelling skills them him. His stories are poorly written and he uses the names and likenesses of real girls in them. Maybe even young babies.

Hebephilia is the strong, persistent sexual interest by adults in pubescent children who are in early adolescence, typically ages 11–14 and showing Tanner stages 2 to 3 of physical development. It is why on at least one social site, we saw Daniel Allegedly talking about Japanese young girls and there age of consent, as if to justify his creepiness’? keep in mind Daniel Moran is Daniel Muranos and also Ron Mershon.

Daniel Rumanos

His latest name, the one he says he prefers, is “Dr. Daniel Rumanos.” It is one in a string of self-styled names. It appears he was born Ronald Lee Mershon Jr. and that he legally changed it to Daniel John Moran III in 2004, the year he says his mother passed away.


on a podcast I had the pleasure to listen to Daniel Rumanos had completely lied and got busted big time. Must listen to it. Rumanos has made statements that he has worked with and in accordance to the actor listed below. The statements from others, is what had alerted many to Daniel’s alleged liking of little girls.



In an article written on Aug 08,2012

Meeting “Dr. Daniel Rumanos” face-to-face

can be somewhat of a letdown. He is, after all, someone who once claimed to cast Satanist spells so that 12-year-old girls would have sex with him and who, when setting up a meeting with a reporter, says, “I will be the one who resembles Rasputin.”

While Rumanos’ appearance may call to mind Grigori “Mad Monk” Rasputin, the oversized, hard-to-kill Russian Orthodox mystic who finally gave up the ghost in 1916, it’s due only to Rumanos’ wispy, graying beard and black clothes. As for the pedophilia claim, which he made on a Christian radio show in the mid-1990s, it was only “performance art,” Rumanos explains. Turns out, Rumanos isn’t really a Satanist but simply a gentle, thoughtful, open-minded deist.

Rumanos, who says he grew up in Baltimore Greektown neighborhood, hands over a business card for his “occult investigations” practice, which lists “demonology, exorcism, psychic research, UFOs, ghosts and hauntings, [and] spellcasting” as his areas of expertise. His chosen meet-up spot, the Pura Vida Organic Coffeehouse at Levering Hall on the campus of Johns Hopkins University, plays to his tendency to suggest he’s connected to the storied and reputable research university.

His Facebook profile, which lists more than 900 friends, gives his Tiny URL as “JHUParanormal” and claims he’s studied there. In fact, he explains, he hasn’t. “I happen to live in the neighborhood, so I’ve kind of used it as a home base for a couple of years.”

To be continued!!


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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