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Skeptical Briefs

The Skeptical Briefs newsletter is only available to Associate Members of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry. It is published four times per year (in March, June, September, and December), and includes articles; news from skeptical groups across the country and around the world; and regular columnists Joe Nickell ("Investigative Files"), Lewis Jones ("Inklings"), Victor Stenger ("Reality Check"), Henry Huber ("Group News"); and Benjamin Radford ("Briefs Briefs"). It also includes a Hidden Messages puzzle in each issue by New Mexico physicist and skeptic David E. Thomas.

Fighting the Paranormal in Peru: An Interview with Manuel Paz y Miño

by Pat Leonard
Volume 10.3, September 2000

Interviews

Interview with Peruvian skeptic Manuel Paz y Miño

The Case of the Missing Poltergeist

The Case of the Missing Poltergeist

by Robert Baker
Volume 10.2, June 2000

Like many citizens, Fred Fudge reads the news during breakfast and, on rare occasions, even converses with Mrs. Fudge...

The Searchers Trilogy By Chet Williamson

The Searchers Trilogy By Chet Williamson

by Timothy Binga
Volume 10.2, June 2000

Book Review

Review of City of Iron, Empire of Dust, and Siege of Stone

Spirit Painting (Part II)

Spirit Painting (Part II)

by Joe Nickell
Volume 10.2, June 2000

Investigative Files

Part II: The Bangs Sisters

A Korean Skeptic’s Report: New Ager-Occupied Territory

by Gun-Il Kang
Volume 10.1, March 2000

A deep attachment to tradition and an aspiration to wealth are cherished values of the modern South Korean.

The Roots of Qi

The Roots of Qi

by Donald Mainfort
Volume 10.1, March 2000

Ancient texts reveal the origins of qigong

Spirit Painting (Part I)

Spirit Painting (Part I)

by Joe Nickell
Volume 10.1, March 2000

Investigative Files

During the heyday of spiritualism, among the "physical phenomena" commonly manifested were so-called spirit paintings.

The Book

by Lewis Jones
Volume 9.4, December 1999

Inklings

The year 776 b.c. saw the first Olympiad, in which runners wore only a small loincloth.

Sideshow! Carnival Oddities and Illusions Provide Lessons for Skeptics

Sideshow! Carnival Oddities and Illusions Provide Lessons for Skeptics

by Joe Nickell
Volume 9.4, December 1999

Investigative Files

Like Robert Ripley, I have always been attracted to the odd and the curious.

Science, A Candle in the Dark

by Jere H. Lipps
Volume 9.3, September 1999

The following is an excerpt from the keynote address given at the Integrative Biology and Human Biodynamics Commencement...

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