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If the Yahoo reporter who broke this story had cared enough to inform his readership of where, exactly, the house is located, I would have made plans to sit in on the proceedings in that township’s courthouse and then report back to you, dear readers, the outcome.Lacking this information, I can only speculate as to the suit’s denouement, given the limited information that was released.He grew up with these issues unresolved, turning inward for solutions that never quite materialized, as well as the writings of respected researchers and authors, which also left questions unanswered.Driven to uncover those answers, while studying at Penn State University, Ryan founded the PRS (Paranormal Research Society) in 2001.He desired associates who were serious and hardworking; cohorts who did not frighten easily, and who could balance their course loads with the rigors of conducting investigations (primarily, long after the sun had set), gathering and documenting evidence, and arriving at well-supported conclusions, conclusions that either affirmed or refuted otherworldly activity in reportedly haunted settings.What Ryan didn’t want were jokesters and thrill seekers, including students who showed up for investigations after getting tanked in the local taverns.Tenants Jose Chinchilla and Michelle Callan claim to have evidence of the haunting, which includes taps on the shoulder (undocumented), sheets yanked off their bed (undocumented) and an EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) snarling, “Let it burn” (documented on audio tape). On this basis alone, and although I believe strongly in the paranormal, were I the judge, I’d toss the case out of court.The couple also hired a paranormal investigation team to check out the property, hinted to be located somewhere on or near the Jersey shore. I would order the couple to ante up, and I’d issue a warning to the owner to advise future tenants concerning the unseen tenants of the property.
Clearly, this was a case in which two separate sets of owners knew about the malevolent haunting. And if that’s not one for the law books, I don’t know what is!
They’re probably theatre majors seeking careers in that vein.” Although this reaction was probably the result of too much exposure to reality TV, Ryan Buell, founder and captain of the Paranormal Research Society (PRS), would probably appreciate my healthy dose of skepticism. But he’s much more than that, and he and I have a bit more in common, as I discovered in reading his absorbing book, , written with Stephan Petrucha.
Tormented by paranormal activity as a child, Ryan’s nightly confrontations with things either beyond the grave or not of this world — or perhaps both — were met with confusion and ultimately, repression on the part of his family.
Only when she was reduced to abject poverty, to chopping up the furniture as kindling to offset the lack of heat and electricity (the utility companies had cut them off) did she beg her dad to rescue them.
The man did so, in his camper, shaking his head the entire time at things that go bump in the night.
It was a secret spot that no one would have bothered with, if not for the regression. But there was no box and there was no deed, so the family abandoned their quest and never again set foot in the house.