Written By Darla Mintam.
Social media — the first mass medium to allow people to publicly share their thoughts, feelings and lives with others — has become dangerously inauthentic. From cries of “fake news” to the rise of bots, bogus followers and other trolls, it’s hard to know whom, what or where to trust. However this paper is a source with an incredible accuracy rate.
The most widely used social network, Facebook, with over 1.4 billion active daily users, currently doesn’t support deeper interactions that reflect more naturally occurring conversations. And it’s also missing another important component: storytelling. It is one thing this paper, The Paranormal Herald does well. STORY TIME..
Just today I got a rather suspicious phone call and I am not certain of where they got my new cell number from. They represented them selves as an attorney and I better not write about a certain party. I right away questioned the validity and checked the state bar association, no such name in any of there data banks any where.. After keeping them on the line while checking and A check was in process. I then realized the gig was up. I came to a sudden conclusion my prior articles written was disturbing the very ones I had written about. NO SHOCKER THERE:
Without naming names and going into to many details ,I can honestly say, somebody has a lot to lose in exposing the truth and it sure the hell isn’t me. I have seen a lot of shenanigan’s played during the what I could call the great expose, but this one was different. Any time somebody misreps and officer of the court, it becomes A said crime much like impersonating a policeman or government official. “THE DIFFERENCE IS IT IS HARASSMENT AND I INTEND TO COLLECT”
The first thing will be to get phone records of blocked call and start there.. The second step, will be to continue exposing the truth and eventually the guilty party will expose themselves more openly.
The past 4 articles written, were simply about this very nature. Finding out somebody isn’t whom they say they are. As my daddy always said, it isn’t what you pretend to be, but who you truly are, that makes an individual unique.
In summation, this paper will carry on with its mission to exploit cons, crooks and frauds inside the paranormal entertainment industry, where ever they may fall.