Noory was interviewed on Darkness Radio podcast which is free on itunes. It is the 12/15/11 show. It's all typical bullshit from GN. So much of his stories from his childhood and his so called interest in the paranormal at an early age sound so fake. He stated on this interview that he has kicked off numerous guests for being a fraud and just trying to get money out of people....
I call absolute BS if Noory made a statement to the effect that he has kicked numerous guests off the program for being frauds. I know of no occasion - not one single time
- in which Noory stated to the guest he found him/her to be a fraud and was therefore terminating the interview. I don't even know of any occasion on which Noory told the audience he had done so after
the guest was gone, when he even didn't have to summon the moral courage to accuse the guest "face to face". I don't think George has even said so after the guest's back was turned and out of hearing, as if he said days or months later, "I dropped so-and-so". Nope.
In other words, if it were a crime to terminate a guest's slot earlier than advertised, for any reason
, then I think George couldn't be convicted of that: I don't think there is any unequivocal evidence he has ever
dropped any guest - and most certainly not for being a fraud.
I want to be fair. We need to establish exactly what it was George said. Can you get a quote, ManiacMatt? And can anyone defend George on this? Can anyone point to a time when he did what he claimed to have done in the interview with Darkness Radio? It's quite possible George may have dropped guests, but I charge that he has never
let the audience know it. He never did so in such a way that anyone could have possibly known 1)the guest was dropped, and certainly not because 2) he thought the guest was a fraud.
Also, I want to make sure this isn't a misunderstanding. When George said "I've kicked off numerous guests for being a fraud", he might really have meant, "I would never, ever drop anyone for any reason - who am I to say what's fraud?".
George, being the weak, simpering, spineless and soft thing he is, wants to have it both ways: he wants to be seen as and get credit for being a tough defender of truth and the protector of his listeners; but without ever having to do
anything to earn that rep, like get all icky-poo and actually stand up for something he believes in, make a stand and take action. He'd have to find something to believe in
in the first place, and I don't mean that there aren't any coincidences or that there's really something going on out there.