No, I’m not being sued. I’ve just put a lot of pieces together regarding this case, and what I’ve found out contradicts what (if I remember correctly) I’ve been told.
I stumbled across post (I won’t say who wrote it to protect her privacy) and it sounded suspiciously like a “Harold attack.” So I asked her to contact me and tell me what happened. Sure enough, it sounded even more like a classic attack by Harold.
I wanted to follow up so we talked on the phone the next morning, over the phone, and she told me how she was feeling. Suddenly everything clicked; thanks, in large part, to something Vincent said about his drawing.
I’m sorry I’m being vague, but I’m writing this for a couple of reasons. One, this does involve some public figures, the spirit who calls himself “Harold” being one of them.
Two, what I found out doing some quick research (and I’m not very good at Internet research, not like my friend Donna Nikolla), ties everything together, from Vincent’s most recent drawing, to the common ways people were hurt simply by watching videos about the doll or simply looking at it’s picture. It also explains what happened to the Sheriff Deputy when he was reviewing evidence he gathered during the first investigation I’d ever allowed by an outside group.
The reason I need an attorney is to help me understand how much I can reveal and how far I can take this public, both now, and in the future. If you are an attorney, and have been following this, if you wouldn’t mind answering a few questions. I may also retain you if I do write a follow up book about my journey from my book at Harold, until now.
Please do not contact me until you’re experienced in this sort of law and can prove it to me. I’ve had my fill with self-proclaimed “demonologists.”