Paranormal State

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Ryan Buell is just an ordinary college kid. He attends classes at Penn State University, deals with schedules, school work, parties, girls, and so forth. However, he is also a member of one of the first university sanctioned paranormal research groups in the country, The Paranormal Research Society (PRS). Each week, outside parties ranging from The Catholic Church to ordinary families, contact the PRS to request help in dealing with a terrifying real life mystery often involving poltergeists, hauntings and the darkest areas of the unknown. Broadcast History: December 10, 2007 - May 18, 2009: Monday 10:00 pm ET (A&E) December 15, 2009 - February 9, 2010: Tuesday 10:00 pm ET (A&E) October 17, 2010 - November 28, 2010: Sunday 9:00 pm ET (A&E) April 11, 2011 - May 2, 2011: Monday 10:00 pm ET (A&E).


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  • Ryan Buell

    Ryan Buell

    PRS Founder and Director

    Katrina Weidman

    Katrina Weidman


    Sergey Poberezhny

    Sergey Poberezhny

    Tech Specialist

    Eilfie Music

    Eilfie Music

    Occult Specialist

    Michelle Belanger

    Michelle Belanger


    Heather Taddy

    Heather Taddy

    Team Documentarian

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    • WOW!!! A new achievement in TOTAL SUCKFEST

      Totally bogus, a complete waste of time, a new feat of achievement in total suck-fest. I mean, seriously, do you really believe this kid, a self-proclaimed, self-obsessed expert who's heading this team of MEDDLING KIDS, whose zits haven't fallen off yet? Never have they ever produced any evidence out of all investigations they have done and all their claims are bogus. The producers are still cleaning up this team's mess-ups even after the show was cancelled in 2011. More than half of the people whose places they visited on the show and claimed to have rid of the paranormal presence at their premises have claimed that paranormal activity became worse after they left, who have apparently filed law-suits against the team, the producers and the distribution channel as well. What can you expect from a bunch of inexperienced and immature kids? I mean look at this kid, whats his Ryan Buell, who has a John Constantine complex, possibly has been fantasizing a lot about paranormal stuff and got the other kids involved as well.

      The show sucked, absolutely staged, even the pranks the team played on each other. They even tried power of suggestion, but sadly never worked. A lot of stuff were not edited and can be caught, for . why the cold spots appeared, in one of the episodes a six pack (which can be easily spotted) placed in the place of the cold spot, which hilariously, the crew forgot to pick up after catching the cold-spot on the IR camera, and for forgot to edit it for the final cut. Oh, oh, and yes of course who can forget them challenging demons to kick their as*es out of the place, and guess what the demons simply packed and moved, yeah thats right, in a single show, didn't matter if the demons had been there since ages and the people living there have tried anything and everything, but guess what, what the demons never thought off was that they could ever come face-to-face with the Paranormal State Team (Demon : "I would have gotten away with it, had it not been for those meddling kids").

      Anybody who thinks, even remotely, this show has some value, please re-examine your understanding of "paranormal activity and what this phrase actually stands for. Do not encourage stupid kids like this to get themselves involved in matters that they DO NOT understand or can possibly comprehend, you never know what they can actually get themselves into or possibly what follows them home. People have spend their lifetimes , I mean real paranormal researchers including psychics and clairvoyants, and yet they really don't have a working comprehension of the paranormal world.

      Over all bad, bad, bad show. Don't waste your time.moreless
    • Laughable

      The show sucked. Totally staged. But hey maybe blame it on a Pukwudgie. Remember those? LOL. You would never hear Jason Hawes or Grant Wilson even say that word unless making a joke. These twerps actually investigated them. Its also a shame when they have to apply captions when Eilfie speaks because she mumbles so bad. And Chip is a D#@k

      The experts are dramatic idiots, probably from some drama class in a community college. The material is bullsh*t, the show is BORING, and the everysingle time used conclusion of YOU BE THE JUDGE is so old. When you catch something, show it on TV, until then, these are all attempts to catch or find something, which means they are nothing but failures. A show on how a bunch of idiots can't accomplish what they set out to do. Would ayone watch a football game that couldn;t be finished, or a race, or any sitcom that ended half way htrough. The only thing these people are successful at is getting some stupid, half witted TV execs to give gthem a time slot. Just solidifies my belief that there are so many people out there that should not be allowed to thinkn for themselves, never mind a nation of television viewers. LOSERS.....Go see if you can find my ghost sh*t in my toilet! I am positive something came out! Please I'll even give a reward!moreless
    • Like when..........

      Like when you have chip coffey or the older lady do the walk throughs Michelle is ok but, she doesn't get as much or explore it enough or something. Not the Michelle is bad but, just saying, ya know.
    • I feel this is the best paranormal show on TV. I watch every episode I can and cannot wait for the new ones. I truly believe they are all very dedicated to helping people who encounter the paranormal espicially Ryan Buell. At times I get very worriedmoreless

      about him because it would be very easy for a demon to jump into him if he let his guard down. What I love the most about this group compared to the others on tv is that they also care about the spirit that is lost between worlds and try to help them go where they are supposed to go especially the children. I know they are all going to school while they are doing this, but I hope that after they finish--they will go on with the paranormal and let us be a part of them.

      Peggy from Wisconsinmoreless

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