I’m a retired criminal investigator with global experience investigating fraud. I’ve been investigating claims of paranormal evidence for many years since retiring in 2006.
My company, Imagine Your Dreams, LLC helps people to protect themselves against fraud. In 2017 a video of Mr. Huff’s on YouTube was recommended to me by the media outlet, but upon watching it I became alarmed. He was making claims about a product he has for sale called the “Wonder Box” that I knew couldn’t possibly be true.
He says in most of his videos that for the first time ever, people can get real-time one-on-one spirit communication from his Wonder Box and that he is making history. People have been conducting real-time direct spirit communication since the 1920s as documented in reports from the Society for Psychical Research in London, UK. They are a 100+ year old organization of scientists, professors, physicians, and Nobel Laureates who have been conducting paranormal investigations for at least the past 80 years before Mr. Huff was born.
I wouldn’t be concerned with his claims except that people are relying on his claims when making a buying decision for his Wonder Box. One does have quite an uphill battle proving recordings are authentic spirit communication by any measure. However, I t’s much easier to prove it isn’t. Researchers have found where some of his claimed Spirit communications were actually taken from other videos, such as a relaxation/guided meditation video.
We reached out to Mr. Huff on multiple occasions since the summer of 2017, asking for comments on the accusations concerning his videos and the relaxation videos that were clearly the source of the audio. As of the date of this review he has not responded. In light of that, and that the source video is readily available for comparison, I’m left with the conclusion that Mr.
Huff’s claims for the device’s abilities are untenable.
Therefore there is no justification at this time to spend money on the device to review it. We recommend readers watch our product review on Huff Paranormal for complete details.
Reason of review: Not as described.
Preferred solution: Pull misleading or untruthful videos and faulty products from the market.
I didn't like: Untruthful advertising.