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Brian Topp

Ghost Scam Artists Arrested

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rashore

What the heck? People are crazy...

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third_eye

is there a prison for ghosts too is what I'd like to know .... :lol:

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Odds

They got $47 000 off one person, not to mention the rest, how do they even approach these gullible people?

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Brian Topp

They got $47 000 off one person, not to mention the rest, how do they even approach these gullible people?

http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com

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Sakari

They got $47 000 off one person, not to mention the rest, how do they even approach these gullible people?

Look at Ghost Adventures and Taps ( Ghost Hunters ).....Finding Bigfoot, Psychics, etc,etc,etc.....

Not saying this to be mean, but when it comes to guillible people, the " Paranormal " has the most targets.

I think any of them making money off of this, claiming they " know it is real" and telling people lies should all be tried for fraud.

:nw:

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LostSouls7

Wow well most of those fortune tellings are frauds....

they just make a nice story to tell people their future...

then they charge tons of money to tell them that nice story...

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Simbi Laveau

If all fortune tellers were frauds who bilked people ,I ,and many of my friends would be much richer .Last time I looked ,nope,not living large ....at all .

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xFelix

Wow well most of those fortune tellings are frauds....

they just make a nice story to tell people their future...

then they charge tons of money to tell them that nice story...

How do you go from people who threaten others into giving up jewelry and money to fortune tellers?

Whatever they used as a tool to threaten others into surrendering wealth is unimportant, they did steal from these people under threat... They deserve their place in the big house.

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RockabyeBillie

is there a prison for ghosts too is what I'd like to know .... :lol:

Yeah, you can find haunted mason jars all over ebay!

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third_eye

Yeah, you can find haunted mason jars all over ebay!

Well then ... I am going to make me self a mason jar guard ... :yes:

thanks to ye Ms Billie

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