The president of Hull Paranormal Ghost Society, Robert Taylor, has been given three years in jail for having sex with a minor.
The pedophile Robert Taylor was using his “ghost hunting team” as a means to gaining the trust of parents and the children. I’ve previously wrote about some sex offenders as paranormal investigators, and it is no surprise that more and more of these cases are coming forward.
These subhuman pieces of trash pray on the vulnerable and sometimes gullible in guise of helping the families out or training the young as paranormal investigators.
Robert Taylor is not just a lousy excuse for a human, but also a moronic paranormal investigator. We mentioned Robert Taylor on GhostTheory before when we tore apart the Daily Mail‘s ‘ghost boy‘ photograph, in which Taylor was quoted saying:
“I have never seen anything as clear and as distinctive as the boy in the picture.”
So please, please make sure you know who you are inviting into your homes. I just hope Taylor gets what’s coming to him in jail.
Full source: Thisishullandeastriding.co.uk
The president of Hull Paranormal Ghost Society has been jailed for having sex with a teenage boy he groomed over the internet.
Robert Taylor, 26, of Acton Close, east Hull, was sentenced to three-and-a-half years at Hull Crown Court after pleading guilty to eight counts of having sex with a child and two counts of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.
Taylor contacted the 13-year-old through internet chat rooms and later through MSN Messenger.
In one incident, he picked up the teenager outside his school, while he was still in his uniform.
Taylor also managed to get the contact details of a 14-year-old boy, who he tried to have sex with.
The self-styled ghost-buster founded Hull Paranormal Ghost Society in 2008 and carried out a number of investigations at properties in Hull and the East Riding.
The society operated from an office created at Taylor’s home and used a ghost-hunting kit, including Electromagnetic Field meters and Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) monitors.
Its response vehicle was a Fiat Seicento – dubbed “Sea King 1”, because its garish colour resembled the RAF rescue helicopter.
A statement on its website read: “Hull Paranormal Society is no longer running. We have temporarily closed down.”