Additionally, he says while he has no access to the ticket sales, he knows a lot were sold. and Canadian tours, Coffey says he doesn't understand why ticket holders aren't getting refunds."I've been accused of throwing Ryan under the bus.
Coffey said, "I know that the last accounting I had, with regards to ticket sales for the 'Conversations with the Dead Tour,' it was in excess of ,000."That doesn't even include the tickets that were sold for the seven shows in Canada that were all canceled. I didn't throw Ryan under the bus, Ryan stepped in front of the bus and I jumped out of the way.
They meticulously wrote an open letter to announce their shenanigans. This is what we here at Ghost Theory have been saying all along… Every scene is cleverly edited, every evidence they put forth is questionable.
Now it’s time that you hear it and read it from the mouths of those who have been on the receiving end of those acts. My husband and I are not under any legal restraint from telling the truth about what Ryan Buell and Chip Coffey did and what was edited and aired on our episode of A&E’s Paranormal State. He was given every bit of information regarding our case and the identity of the ghost of the past-previous owner of our home who died 28 years before we bought our Gold Beach, Oregon home.Below is a long testimony from a former client of the PRS team.Kirby Robinson has brought it upon himself to expose the show and it’s staff.The openly bisexual reality television personality, who founded the Paranormal Research Society at Penn State University when he was just 19-years-old, said: 'Hopefully getting to say I'm cancer free by Christmas!Entertainment Weekly broke news that Ryan Buell, the lead in A&E's para-reality show Paranormal State, comes out as bisexual in his new book, Paranormal State: My Journey Into The Unknown, to be released Sept. Buell's announcement is a non-revelation for many in the paranormal entertainment industry who already knew about his orientation.