Question Those Who “Communicate” with Recently Deceased

Every time a celebrity dies, there are charlatans who emerge claiming to “communicate” with the recently departed. It’s a scam.

First, there are ethical concerns regarding people “communicating” with these recently deceased individuals. It is an invasion of privacy to actively attempt communication. In most cases (if not all), the family has not given the “spirit communicator” permission.

Second, there is no research supporting that communication works best in the first 24-48 hours after death. None. If there were, we would have read about it. Further, the same “spirit communicators” would not then claim they have reached others who have died years—even decades—ago.

Finally, these “claims” are meant to drum up business for unsuspecting consumers to pay upwards of $4,000 for “devices” to communicate with the dead.

This is an example of a #ParaScammer. Don’t fall for the scam. Buyer beware!

This is not to say that all such communication is a scam. It’s not. There are legitimate people in the paranormal field who are conducting research in ITC (Instrumental Transcommunication). For more information, read the various articles on this organization’s website: http://itcvoices.org/.