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.
Ryan Buell, who founded Penn State's Paranormal Research Society and starred in the reality television series Paranormal State, is again facing legal trouble after an alleged domestic assault in State College [Pennsylvania]. on Friday [April 21, 2017] to a Waupelani Drive apartment where Buell's boyfriend told police he and Buell had gotten into a verbal argument, according to a criminal complaint.
The man reportedly told police that he and Buell began getting into each other's faces and bumping chests, and that Buell scratched his face.
However, without much notice, the shows were canceled and some postponed without a reschedule date.
Unfortunately, fans who purchased tickets were never issued refunds.
These investigations most often cover hauntings or poltergeist activity.
Ryan Buell founded PRS in 2001 when he was only 19. attempted to do when you understand Ryan Buell's background and his reasons for founding PRS.
Is this just a stunt to help drive book sales and pick up media attention (which is clearly working)?
The twilight language explores hidden meanings and synchromystic connections via onomatology (study of names) and toponymy (study of place names).
The charges include a failure to refund ticket sales to shows he has scheduled and canceled over the course of the last few years.
The 2014 “Conversations with the Dead” tour was booked across the United States and Canada, and many shows were sold out within a short time.
You are currently viewing the forum as a guest, which means you are missing out on discussing matters that are of interest to you. Ryan Buell, from the short lived "Paranormal State" might be going away for a while: To save you time, Buell has been promoting paranormal events and conferences, and then canceling them without refunds.