As much as the paranormal field has exploded positively over the last 10 years, there’s been a lot of TV shows dramatizing the field, and potentially faking evidence. Arguably The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) has been both involved in the surge of popularity and on the flip side been accused of faking evidence. It’s TV! That seems to be the most common explanation and accuse given to defend TAPS, however for a field that is trying to be taken seriously in the scientific community, this has the potential to send the paranormal field back into the stone age.
I wanted to take this opportunity to highlight key pieces of information that could have been faked. I’m not say whether I think these pieces of evidence were faked, but it’s important for those interested in the field to make their own conclusions.
This first video highlights the infamous coat pull.
This next video covers a piece of evidence in the Myrtle Plantation.
This next piece is self-explanatory.
The final video I want to share has to do with former TAPS member Donna LaCroix talking about TAPS faking evidence.
These videos highlight only a few instances. What do you think? Let us know in the comment section.
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