“Paranormal investigators can’t prove that any of this stuff is real,” he said.
Today I’m welcoming Ryan Buell from A&E’s television series, Paranormal State. The show followed myself and the organization I founded (Paranormal Research Society, or PRS) and our investigations.
Well, most of your readers will probably know me as the host/star of A&E’s “Paranormal State,” a docu-drama series that ran for a successful six seasons.
Buell’s reason for pursuing a paranormal line of work has always remained the same.
“There’s something real happening to these people, and someone needs to deal with it,” Buell said to me.
Buell eventually accepted A&E’s offer to build a series around the group, and features a different client: a bar owner whose wine glasses won’t stay shelved; a young woman whose barn houses black mists; and a couple whose religious relics are burned without explanation. Talking with Buell and some of his cohorts, it’s clear that he takes each case seriously, on or off camera.
Each of the cases is unique, Buell told me, as is the team’s response to it.
He explained that what would become his life’s work had its genesis in the 1990s.