Remembering Lou Gentile - See The Paranormal Investigator's Final Project Now

June 28th marks the one-year anniversary of the death of paranormal investigator, and my good friend, Lou Gentile. There was just nobody like him, man, and when he finally succumbed to cancer, not only did I lose one of my dearest friends, but the field of paranormal research lost one of its biggest assets. Before he died, though, Lou worked on a TV show that was shot for the UK called "Derren Brown Investigates". We now have the program for you to see in its entirety.

The show popped up on YouTube recently, and Lou's wife, Antoinette, was kind enough to alert us to its viewing availability. Even though Mr. Brown seems to have less of an open mind and more of a need to try and discredit anything that's brought before him, we can't think of a more fitting way to celebrate Lou's legacy than an hour spent with him while he's doing what he loved to do the most. Sit back, relax, and take the journey.

Lou, I love you, brother. Now and always. Save us all a comfy cloud to sit upon. Miss you more than words could ever articulate.

In Memoriam: Lou Gentile

- Uncle Creepy

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Judy Johnston's picture

I am happy to have known Lou for over 14 years and he has done investigations from 1996 until his last Oct 17,2008. His last vist was with Derren Brown as seen in episodes 2 and 3..He was a wonderful person and a great investigater. he was dedicaded to his work on the paranormal and has gained many types of proof over his yeras of investigating. Some people my think he didn't have any proof but to each his own. I know for a fact that Lou was real and has stood by me for all those years never telling me I was crazy. He had found evidence many times at my home that proved I did experience paranormal activity.No I am not crazy and no I am not trying to make stories up to get attention.My life has been turned upside down and Lou was right there to help me try to get rid of the demons that came to my home by the use of a Ouija Board in 1996.If it wasn't for Lou I don't know where I would stand at this time.He taught me how to control my experiences so I wouldn't let them get out of control.To this day I still have problems but I am able to continue to stay calm remembering his words. I miss Lou and I will always remember him for his time and careing about me. I know know he has his answers on the other side. R.I.P. Lou you are missed and loved and never will be forgotten*

Submitted by Judy Johnston on Thu, 06/24/2010 - 5:21am.
PrairieGhost's picture

Was just thinking about Lou the other day. Time goes by way to fast.

Submitted by PrairieGhost on Mon, 06/21/2010 - 7:15pm.
moderator Our Friday night marathon
Steve Barton's picture

Our Friday night marathon gaming sessions have never been the same.

Submitted by Steve Barton on Mon, 06/21/2010 - 7:39pm.
moderator Not to mention all the East
Debi Moore's picture

Not to mention all the East Coast conventions we used to see Lou at. They're still fun, but just not in the same league as how they used to be.

Submitted by Debi Moore on Mon, 06/21/2010 - 8:42pm.
FireRam's picture

Thanks for the show!! Sorry to hear about (although belated) the loss of your friend UC.

Abashed the Devil stood and felt how awful goodness is.

Submitted by FireRam on Mon, 06/21/2010 - 3:53pm.
moderator Thanks man. It's still hard
Steve Barton's picture

Thanks man. It's still hard to believe that he's gone. I miss him every day.

Submitted by Steve Barton on Mon, 06/21/2010 - 4:32pm.

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