The paranormal community continues to turn a blind eye to cyber harassment, cyber stalking and cyber mobbing. Evan Jensen, Owner of the Paranormal Herald Magazine, promotes cyber mobbing of paranormal community members who are not intimidated by his libel and harassment that he promotes on his website.
Evan went on record to state that his attacks toward Paranormal Community Members were instigated by “Big Names” in the Paranormal Community. Evan went on to state that he was contacted by Norene Balovich, host of Do You Believe Web series, Tim Wood, founder of Livescifi, Anthony Sanchez, owner of Ghosthunterapps, Karissa Fleck and Phil Siracusa of The Horsefly Chronicles, Niki Paranormal a paranormal radio show host for Liveparanormal.com and Dave Spinks of Country Roads Paranormal Investigations and Society of Supernatural who requested that he publish libelous news articles regarding various community members whom they did not like or became angry with. Evan was all too eager to do this because he feels that it keeps people interested in his site and he likes that people fear him. He enjoys the attention that it brings. Evan went on record to warn the paranormal community that he and Karissa Fleck would be watching and waiting to attack anyone whom they consider an enemy.
This is not Karissa’s first run in with the law. Karissa was issued a restraining order against her in the state of West Virginia for stalking and harassment with threats of bodily injury. She was also court ordered to refrain from posting about the victim on social media after she launched a cyber mob campaign along with Niki
ParaNormal against one of Niki’s former friends. Sounds like the paranormal community has more serious issues than ghosts.