Paranormal research has steadily gained more mainstream acknowledgement since the 1970s. And while there is a serious science fueling supernatural exploration, many groups or individuals such as the those featured in the numerous “ghost investigator” reality TV shows - groups that are primarily concerned with entertainment and brand-building, compelling them to fabricate evidence in order to get ratings.
Ed and Lorraine Warren, self-described demonologists whose names have been attached to some well-known paranormal cases in the latter half of the 20th century. Lorraine claims to be a psychic who can communicate with spirits. Since her husband’s death in 2006, she has worked as a psychic consultant on various TV shows and she has maintained The Occult Museum in Connecticut, featuring artifacts from some of their cases. Many people swear they are “the real deal” - in particular devout Christians; according to Ed Warren, one has to believe in God in order to understand the couple’s research. But other writers and skeptics have discovered outright fabrications in their claims.
I am wondering since the Warren’s are the most famous supernstural investigators on the planet what is your opinion?