Skeptical Briefs — Volume 21.3
by Sharon Hill
When I was a kid, cryptozoology books repeatedly advocated the existence of creatures such as Bigfoot and the Loch Ness monster using the same dramatic stories. At first, I was swayed by these stories, but eventually I got bored with them. Something was missing. Stories only got me so far. . .
by Ryan Shaffer
Over the years, Occhino has claimed to assist in missing persons cases, talk to the dead, and peer into the futures of celebrity lives. This article delves into Occhino’s predictions and activities, revealing that while Occhino is short on claims, her claims are short on independent proof. . .
by Joe Nickell
Are these experiences really supernatural? Or are they only natural, the result of misperceptions and even misreporting? A look into the phenomenon of claimed guardian-angel encounters is illuminating.
A Devious Skeptic’s Cold Fusion Machine
by Tom Napier
Interviewing the Native Skeptic
by Ben Radford
An interview with Noah Nez, who blogs about skepticism within the Native American community.
Solar Warming Is Myth, Global Warming Is Real