Monday, August 25, 2008

The Paranormal Moment of Truth Challenge

chipcoffey@aol.com; ryanb@pennstateprs.com; media@pennstateprs.com

Dear Ryan Buell and Chip Coffey:

I have expressed concerns about how you conduct your investigations and the validity of those investigations, where anyone with a clear and discerning eye can see that they are not authentic. I have also witnessed heavy-handed tactics being used against people who question your alleged authority within the paranormal community and dared to raise questions concerning the validity of your A&E shows, Paranormal State, and Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal. I can no longer sit by in silence. That is why I came up with The Paranormal Moment of Truth Challenge, which will benefit you, your organization, the paranormal field, and a charity that would be assisted from the donation of the prize money.

1 ~ It would silence your critics if you are determined to be telling the truth about all your claims and how they are presented. There can be no one left to challenge your honesty and integrity.

2 ~ It would not only benefit your organization, but it would also help the entire paranormal field. Because if such evidence is true, it will be brought to a much wider audience, which hopefully would fuel additional legitimate investigations. So it’s a win-win situation for everyone.

3 ~ The charity of your choice would have the prize money donated to them. If the truth is being told, that prize money could reach $500,000.

So, what is The Paranormal Moment of Truth Challenge? I am sure you’ve heard of the Fox Network program entitled The Moment of Truth. This is where a contestant is hooked up to a lie detector test and asked 50 questions, of which 21 of them are used on the actual show. As long as you tell the truth, you keep on winning money -- up to $500,000. The production company, Lighthearted Entertainment Inc., would jump at an opportunity of doing a show with the two of you. And I will put my personal credibility on the line and appear, as well. For if you visit my Free All Spirits page (www.myspace.com/freeallspirits), you’ll notice that I personally make what some would call outlandish claims concerning my work as a Demonologist/Exorcist/Paranormal Investigator/Caring Spiritual Adviser.

If you would like to be "one step closer to the truth" then this is a way to achieve your goal. If interested, please contact me at this email address and I will get the ball rolling as soon as possible.

Your friend in spirit,
Kirby

2 comments:

Lisa said...

I am in total agreement and wish they would subject themselves to this, but alas, any amount of possible truth being revealed, they will not be a part of. As having been a target of certain folks mentioned in your blog, I fully support your speaking out! MamaLisa

Curtis said...

I find it very interesting that all this is going on. I have watched the ''show'', I wondered just how much was real and how much was hooy. I have my own paranormal group, in which I started with 2 close friends. I do not treat my investigators the way Ryan does his. The people who work with me are equal in every respect to me and our clients. There is also another team/show that is a load of crud to. We have done some hair raising investigations, we have to proof to back it up. Photos, EVP's, and personal stories to. We don't charge, which I found out several do, thats wrong. We are there to help, not profit. It's upsetting to see this kind of stuff going on, upsetting indeed.

Curtis
Co-Founder
PNRSMI

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