By Chris Baricko
This blog is the most absurd one I have heard of yet.
There is a group call New England Spiritual team trying to raise $50.000 so they can land a TV show. But wait that's not the best part.
"Click here to support Bringing Paranormal Believer to TV by Michael Carroll" [link doesn't work]
'Paranormal Believer' is the brainchild of Michael Carroll & Elisabeth Pfeifer, founders
The founder Michael won 2 million in lotto just over a year ago. So the big question is where is all the money he won? I heard he did help people and donate some that is great and hats off. But to openly ask people to donate money for their own personal gain is a outrage.
Why would anyone with common sense donate anything to a person who had 2 million just over a year ago even after he helped people?
He they did not put any away for savings why ask others to foot the bill?
Donating to that would be like asking a buzzard to guard a gut factory pointless and foolish.
When I asked him about it here is the reply I got:
Really Chris? Really? I have never met you and only heard bad things about you. BUT, yet you post here talking as if you know everything about me and my group. Did I post to you bashing you with the solid evidence of misdeeds you've committed against other locations, in the desperate bid to get yourself on TV? No! I took the high road and left well enough alone. Buying my way onto TV? Hell, I won $2 million. If I wanted to buy my way on, I could have. Except, I did the RIGHT thing and donated to others and helped others. And as for not knowing me, I'm damn glad of it. Just cause you never heard of me and my group, doesn't mean that we weren't putting in the work. We have been public since 2009 and worked with many 'higher' people in the field on cases of our own, including Thomas D'Agostino and Arlene Nicholson, Jeff Bartley, Eric Perry, Joe Andrade, Leo Ryokan, Andrea Perron and her father, CC Carole, Sandra Selesky Bartlett, Keith Johnson, Carl Johnson, and many many more. We have done numerous cases around he Eastern seaboard and in parts of the South. NEVER have we pitched to TV or claimed to be famous. As for selling the ambulance, how about you don't worry about anything that doesn't pertain to you. What we do with our money is our business. You don't like it? Tough. You don't approve? I don't need your damn input nor appreciate it. I've heard horror stories about you and am not here to appease you. YOU, my good sir, need to stop bashing people to put your own name in lights.
Guess the truth hurts so I will point out a few things no local groups heard of them till they were on counting cars. He said they only been in public since 2009. He states what we he does with the money is his business this would be true if he did not start a go fund me page asking the public to support him.
And he stated he heard bad things about hey we all have people who line or dislike us.
Wanting my name in lights I can't sing or dance so Broadway is out of the question so there goes that theory he had. I don't bash people I call out ones who try to mislead people I to donating money for their personal gain. He paid over $70.000 to get the ambulance restored. Now if he was planning on a show how about just getting a normal car. But nope they wanted to stand out and get noticed.
I mean really would most clients want to have a fancy all done up ambulance parked out front of their location? Not many I know of unless a event.
And after myself and others posted comments we got blocked so they want your money but not opinions.
This is the 2nd group this year trying to get money. anyone person or group who supports this type of activity should pack their bags and go home.
Let the groups out there that raise money for great causes do it for the right reason helping people not themselves.