Inside: Secret America – National Geographic Channel

Internationally recognized psychic medium Tristan Rimbaud will appear on the “Ghosts” episode of Inside: Secret America on National Geographic Channel on Thursday February 4, 2016 at 3:00 pm EST.  Tristan conducted a haunting investigation in Kentucky with undercover journalists Mariana van Zeller and Darren Foster.  The episode is available now on Netflix and can be purchased on Microsoft Movies & TV and YouTube.  The first season of the series is available on DVD in the online store of National Geographic Channel.

From the desk of Tristan Rimbaud:

“I filmed a haunting investigation for Inside: Secret America completely unaware of the ulterior motives of the people who asked me to be involved.  To set up the circumstance, I was asked to do a haunting investigation of a supposedly haunted property in Kentucky to be filmed for National Geographic Channel.  When you’re asked to work for such a large cable channel you really don’t feel that you need to be suspicious or to tune in due to deceit.  A long story short, the couple who “owned” the home were undercover journalists who were renting the home and had never lived there.  They quite literally set me up because they didn’t believe in psychics.  I go into my work with the attitude of helping the people I encounter.  I didn’t know they were setting me up because I didn’t tune in to the couple during the investigation.  I tuned in to the property for the investigation and I stand behind everything I said about the spiritual history of that location.  I have found that it is quite common for one person to notice nothing on a haunted property and for another to be uncomfortable the first minute of being in a place with negative energy.  The two journalists had never lived on that property and even admitted in the episode that their setup was flawed; that they couldn’t disprove what I was tuning in to.  I firmly find undercover journalism to be immoral.  I find it hypocritical for skeptics to say that psychics are immoral as (in this case) they are staging a television segment based on lies just to get a story.  To lie is immoral.  Despite the circumstances, no one can take away the fact that I was featured on National Geographic Channel.  All publicity is good publicity.  Over the course of the first fifteen years of my career, I made it a point to be extremely open to skeptics and had even been quoted as far back as 2003 that I felt it was apart of my responsibility as a working psychic medium to prove that I wasn’t another charlatan.  No matter what you do as a professional psychic, you will always have to deal with skepticism from people who don’t believe in psychic abilities.  What I have learned in fifteen years is that a skeptic is not trying to change their mind about psychic abilities; they are trying to change yours.  Because they are solely speaking and not listening, the conversation will never be fruitful.  As such, I plan to focus the next fifteen years on growing my work instead of attempting to change beliefs.  One should pursue those alike; not the indifferent of the world.”

Tristan Rimbaud

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