Paranormal In Review

Tullahoma Paranormal Guild

OUR CONCERN IS THE PEOPLE WHO ARE LOOKING FOR HELP. THEY DESERVE THE BEST NOT PEOPLE WHO WILL SCARE THEM WITH FALSE INFORMATION.


The more we review teams the more we think there needs to be a blacklist site for teams who have no clue to what they are doing.

I was looking at some pictures taken by the team Tullahoma Paranormal Guild to give my opinions on some of their photos. Oh good grief where do I start… If these people tell people their house is haunted because of the pictures they have, damn they are scaring people for no damn reason, and this has to stop. These teams need to stop and educate themselves on what they see in their pictures


Here is just a couple of their pictures that can be explained. Instead of listening to people who knew what caused this type of picture they blocked them.


Besides Tullahoma Paranormal not knowing what is in their pictures they took a picture that was not theirs and posted it. Now the way I read it that they were insinuating it was one they took. You can decide for yourself.Why would they take a picture that has been featured on Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures and post it? hmmmmmmm

The picture of course is copyrighted by Polly Gear and was taken at Moundsville Penitentiary in 2004. As of today they removed the picture after Miss Gear let them know it was her picture. Which I have the screen cap of that also.


I am finding it funny where the so called image is at the wood around the window panes seems to be lighter... as though the image was pasted over it. They are asking for opinions... they got it... Our opinion, its fake.


A closer look. It is our opinion this was layered in.. That would account for the wood around the window panes to be whiter....



We just recently took a look at their page again and gee whiz nothing has changed. We always find it funny when people say they have been into investigating for years but do not know how to read what is in their pictures.

Livelihood? What... investigating is their livelihood?