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Unexplained Cases | Case of the Haunted TikToker

Written by: Rick Garner
Case Filed: 2/11/21 - LIVE VIDEO
Executive Producer: Rick Garner


 


Popular TikToker Kat ( kittyk38 ) has an account full of videos of paranormal activity in her family's home. Shadows, moving objects, EVPs, footprints burned into cement. Some doubt these experiences are legit. Kat is hopeful Maryam can provide answers to the source of what's going on. Plus, live pick-a-card and psychic readings. "Floating Thoughts" composed by Music Of Wisdom - Licensed from https://meditationmusiclibrary.com/
ABOUT UNEXPLAINED CASES: MEDIUM Beyond pick-a-card and live psychic readings, Unexplained Cases: Medium showcases Maryam the Medium - a renowned medium to people, pets & the paranormal. Her goal is to help the living and the dead and she does this especially during featured case files on the show. These are paranormal cases requiring more than gadgets to solve. Watch as Maryam uses her special gifts and abilities to confront dark entities and uncover hidden secrets. If you would like reading, please send ONE question to: maryamlive@unexplainedcases.com Each additional question over email - $20 One hour phone session - $150 Pet reading - $50 CONNECT WITH MARYAM: TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@MaryamtheMedium Instagram | https://instagram.com/MaryamtheMedium/ Facebook | https://facebook.com/WhatAboutDaisy/ YouTube | https://youtube.com/MaryamtheMedium

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