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One fan talks about how Buell was sick, and his mom writes, "He's ill, but not from cancer. You all need to stop believing his lies and stop enabling him....
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I will comment more about Pay Pal later, and how this relates to what I believe was part of the beginning of a series of problems pertaining to Ryan Buell and the Penn State Paranormal Research Society (PRS) student organization.
With that in mind, and getting back to the recent article, I-Team Troubleshooter Diane Wilson included a post by Ryan Buell's mother.
Before Coffey bailed on the tour, he says there was more than ,000 in ticket sales. He adds he prays for Buell everyday, but business is business, and if fans are owed money Buell should return their money.
According to my count, Coffey appeared in 29 episodes of Paranormal State with Ryan Buell.
Allegation 1: Penn State cover-up; that various people in authority at Penn State, University Park campus, in State College Pennsylvania, knew Ryan Buell was not enrolled as a student in the Fall '06, Spring 2007, and Fall '07 semesters when the season one episodes of Paranormal State, were shot.In 2012, he canceled some shows claiming he was fighting pancreatic cancer.In late 2013, Buell told People Magazine he was close to remission, ready to tour again and he started selling tickets for 2014 to another tour. Buell later moved to Pennsylvania and once again started advertising shows and connecting with his fans on his Facebook page.Fans once again complained that Buell took money for events, and then they siad Buell either didn't show or the events were canceled - the most recent being a dinner in August. She posted several times on Buell's public Facebook page and The PRS Bureau's page.Buell's mother writes to Buell's fans, "PLEASE stop enabling his situation by sending money, buying tickets to events that may never occur, buying merchandise/phone calls you may never get, paying money to watch him on Twitch, and giving him offers of shelter ...