I was asked today why it is Patti and I do not start up another "Paranormal Police" type of group. A group designed to expose fraudulent individuals and groups within the so-called "paranormal field." My reply was very easy to write. I'm sending each of you a copy as well. Here it is.....
Put yourself in our shoes. Ask yourself the following.....
Would you enjoy spending an extreme amount of time exposing fraudulent individuals only to be ridiculed and attacked for supplying factual information to the general public that proved your point?
You see, exposing these people was easy. Almost too easy. They dug their own hole every time they opened their mouths. Keith Age is a classic example. As is Julie Velasquez. But they're both still around aren't they? Nothing really changed over the past three years has it other for us to waste our time with some of this shit?
The thing is when you pointed this out to those you thought would find it interesting and informative, all they ended up doing was spitting in your face.
People, in this "field" at least, by and large enjoy being bullshitted. They could, for the most part, care less if any of these people are credible or authentic. Even so-called "experts" like John Zaffis who have been conning the public for years now continue on in their own ways doing exactly that because no matter how much dirt, how much factual information, or how much evidence you can present to the people interested in this crap that these people are totally full of shit, they still make it possible for them to get on television and on the radio and sell their books and their DVD's simply because the people buying into their shit merely want to be entertained at all costs.
So, ask yourself if it's worth it?
I came to the conclusion some time back it isn't.
You and I know the truth. Those that want to know the facts can just as easily check them out as we have. But the fact of the matter remains very few care if any of these people are authentic. All they want is to hear a spooky story, go on a spooky "ghost hunt," and think they are really doing some important "research" on the topic.
It's like a second grader thinking he's Indiana Jones. The only problem with that is that Indiana Jones is all bullshit too.
Aspire to be someone special. Someone important. Someone who makes a difference in life. Be honest and truthful and legitimate in your endeavors. Then you can please yourself and know you for one are not part of the same breed.
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About Bobby Zoeller
Bobby Zoeller is a former member
of Louisville Ghost Hunters Society. At one
time he was the Case Manager of LGHS. Please
Also see: Bobby
Zoeller: THE LOUISVILLE GHOST HUNTERS AND
THE INVOLVEMENT OF KEITH AGE AT WAVERLY HILLS
Born in 1959 in Louisville,
Kentucky Bobby Zoeller has been interested
in the paranormal his entire life. Never having
experienced what he would term a "supernatural
event" with one minor exception, that
nonetheless hasn't stopped him from seeking
out and trying to answer questions that have
always fascinated him. Raised as a Roman Catholic,
his interest in demonic possession has always
been foremost in this field of study, but
unfortunately reliable documentation regarding
those events are few and far between. Researching
prior cases that have come to light in recent
years has not convinced him to date that the
phenomena actually exists to any great degree,
and looking over some of the more well publicized
cases he tends to doubt most of what he has
read and seen from the so-called experts that
comment on the events.
He joined a local paranormal group based
in Louisville back in January of 2003 known
as the Louisville Ghost Hunters Society headed
by Founder and President Keith Age. He later
met his future wife there and they married
in May of 2004. While a member of the organization,
he became a lead investigator with the group
and was appointed the group's Case Manager
in the fall of 2004. Both he and his wife
participated in close to two dozen on-site
investigations during their time there, and
the high profile 2004 investigation of the
Willard Library in Evansville, Indiana was
his opportunity to showcase the LGHS.
Following several questionable accounts involving
the group's president, he resigned as Case
Manager on February 28, 2006 and within a
week quit the group altogether. His wife was
removed from the group by the actions of the
president. Upon leaving LGHS and discovering
much of what he had been told in the past
and been led to believe to be facts turned
out to be mostly misinformation or outright
lies on the behalf of the group's leader,
both he and his wife undertook a campaign
to expose what they considered fraud and the
scamming of the general public all in the
name of making the group's leader famous.
Documented evidence was gathered from sources
around the country to prove their case and
the information was first displayed publicly
on an independent web site and later on two
Yahoo message groups. The web site was taken
down by the actions of the former group's
leader and the first Yahoo group disappeared
after complaints were lodged against it by
the very people it was designed to expose.
He has been fighting what he see's as corruption
and fraud within the paranormal field now
for the past two-and-a-half years, and has
had a very difficult time when it comes to
the "experts" in the field as it
seems no one wishes to speak ill of the others.
In short, he has discovered more deception
and more media manipulation over the past
two years than most people will witness in
an entire lifetime. The "experts"
refuse to answer direct questions put forth
to them, they in many cases continue to con
the public out of both their money and their
common sense, and the only reason he continues
on at this point is because he does not want
the uninformed or the more gullible members
of the public and the media conned like he
was for three years.
He currently work as the shipping and receiving
manager for a large sheet metal fabrication
plant in Louisville, Kentucky and spends his
spare time researching and exposing what he
considers fraud and deception within the paranormal
If you have any questions you would like
answered or have information regarding any
high profile "paranormal experts"
that you find troubling, you can contact him
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