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Their most controversial case featured Lara, a 26-year-old woman from Quincy, Illinois who is allegedly possessed by a demon called Six. The show airs a 60-minute episode just ...
Their most controversial case featured Lara, a 26-year-old woman from Quincy, Illinois who is allegedly possessed by a demon called Six. The show airs a 60-minute episode just before Halloween 2008, and the nation watches as Reverend Calder, the show's first go-to exorcist, performs an unnecessary exorcism that fails.
The author and his team of investigators dig into both "I Am Six" and "The Possession: Return of Six" cases and discover the deceptions, misrepresentations, shoddy investigative work, and an outright impersonation by someone in a key role. By the end of this fast-paced but thorough book, Kirby Robinson proves that the paranormal doesn't mix with the theological.
You'll travel along with the team to Quincy where they interview neighbors and tour Lara's now-former home. They verify facts and dispel falsehoods. Both episodes are broken down scene-by-scene to prove it was staged. PRS overlooked medical and psychological conditions in order to capture a dramatic exorcism on film.
Posted November 12, 2012
Posted March 31, 2013
If you spent half as much time doing your own investigations as you spend tring to discredit Paranormal State, you could already be a well respected ghost hunter.
Instead, you come across as a whiney, jealous little brat with some kind of vedetta. Next time, try writing about your own investigations and research.
Or are you too scared that someone will shred your work, the way that you've done to others?
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