Paranormal phenomena in the medical literature sufficient smoke to warrant a search for fire?

Paranormal phenomena, events that cannot be explained by existing science, are regularly reported in medicine. Surveys have shown that a majority of the population of the United States and Great Britain hold at least one paranormal belief. Information was retrieved by MEDLINE searches using keywords Read More …

What is in a name? Ghost Hunter v.s. Paranormal Investigator

One of the most appalling things about the "field" of modern day ghost hunting (paranormal investigation/research) is the obvious disregard of its history and the obtained knowledge, pro and con, that was learned. This becomes painfully evident with the simple definition of the word "ghost Read More …

Dr. Walter Franklin Prince, Ph.D. (1863 – 1934)

Prince was a friend to Harry Houdini and Hereward Carrington and they all had exposed the tricks of fraudulent mediums, however, unlike Houdini both Carrington and Prince believed some mediums were genuine. According to the psychical researcher Robert Ashby, "Prince remained highly skeptical of PK and other Read More …

‘Supernatural’ figure captured in El Kookooee photo… yeah right…

Yet another explainable photo. http://krqe.com/2014/10/27/supernatural-figure-captured-in-el-kookooee-photo/ This is a lens flare (reflection) of the burning podium off the lens. The color is off and it is up-side down due to refraction. If you invert the " El Kookooee" and overlay it against  the podium and the fire it's an Read More …

Espanola Police Station ghost? Not quite….

Surveillance video recently taken at the Espanola Police Station  is believed to have a image of a "ghost" moving across the screen. http://www.koat.com/news/ghostlike-figure-shows-up-on-police-station-video/28237344 We can tell you with complete certainity that it is not. The effect captured on the surveillance video is quite typical of Read More …

The mystery of the Plaza Hotel is solved! Ghost shown to have natural explainations.

The ghost of the Plaza hotel starts out as two unusual (but explainable) incidents that occur to two women in room 316 and room 310.  As time passes myth building begins to distort the accounts and the focus of the “haunting” becomes centered on Room Read More …

The chapel in Old Town Albuquerque that actually isn’t haunted.

Have you taken the ghost tour in Old Town Albuquerque?  Were you taken into the small chapel there and told the story of the "Lady in Black"? Were the names of Cody Polston and SGHA dropped abit excessively by the tour guide? Perhaps you were even Read More …