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Paranormal State: My Journey Into the Unknown

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Book, Autobiography
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A great behind the scenes look into a great man and a fun show

  • Nov 30, 2010
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I started watching Paranormal State years ago, and even though I can catch it less frequently now, I still love the show. Part of the appeal of the show is in helping people who are tormented by ghosts or other forces, but the main drawn of Paranormal State is its front man, Ryan Buell. Since the show is always on the families being helped, the light is often kept from the soft spoken Buell, leaving him something of an enigma, until now.

Ryan is frank in his book about his childhood, his family, his love life, the founding of PRS and more. He talks of how members of the group came to be with him, and which members are closer than others. I think there are many facts in here that will shock viewers of the show, like the fact Ryan does not believe in psychics and often seeks to debunk the psychics they have on the show, including Chip. I was very shocked by this revelation. Ryan gives an account of how the show Paranormal State was started, and details all the episodes of Season 1 and 1.5.

I can't help it, I read almost straight through this book, with few pauses. I loved this book, and I have already passed it on to my friends, so they can enjoy it to. If you are curious about the paranormal, if you have ever watched paranormal state, or if you like a good autobiography, then grab yourself a copy.

Highly recommended!

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