The real story here has nothing to do with their profession but the very REAL threat of domestic violence and that Debbie and another innocent victim perished.
Shockwaves are rippling through the paranormal community as news breaks out of Nevada of today’s murder/suicide involving Mark and Debbie Constantino and a third victim.
The Constantinos are well known for their work with EVPs and have been featured on the Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures.”
Mark Constantino killed his estranged wife, Debbie, and then killed himself. The third victim was Debbie’s roommate at her latest residence. Debbie was previously a victim of domestic violence, a kidnapping attempt and attempted strangulation last month.
Addition: (23-Sept 2015) Sadly, some paranormalists who believe in EVP have called for contact.
We do not (and SHOULD NOT) have to use extreme excuses, but if such is your world-view, then you will attempt to explain the tragedy in that way.
Addition: This just gets more awful.
Washoe District Court records show Debby Constantino obtained a restraining order that was served on her estranged husband last week, and the two were scheduled to appear in court in December regarding their pending divorce.
UPDATE: 24-Sept 2015 News has hit mainstream and the media has realized who they were and the history of domestic violence – from BOTH of them.
Mark and Debby Constantino had charming eccentricities — and personal demons.
Also, the response by the paranormal community to Steve Huff (see image above) has been harsh.
[Huff] claims that he is a “researcher” and that justifies performing an EVP experiment so soon. I’d argue with that, foremost because I don’t see any validity in EVP, but also, just because you are conducting “research” doesn’t mean that you have to post about on Facebook! His third justification is that contact with becomes harder the longer one waits after death (I’d say any time AFTER death, you’ve waited too long). Any evidence of this statement Steve?