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Volume 27.2

March / April 2003

Acupuncture, Magic, and Make-Believe

George A. Ulett

Bone (Box) of Contention: The James Ossuary

Joe Nickell

Lessons of the ‘Fake Moon Flight’ Myth

James Oberg

‘Taken’ Off

Timothy Ferris

Volume 27.1

January / February 2003

Amityville: The Horror of It All

Joe Nickell

Don’t Try This at Home

Massimo Polidoro

How Not to Test Mediums: Critiquing the Afterlife Experiments

Ray Hyman

A Sociologist’s Journey into the American Heart of Darkness

Kevin Christopher

Volume 26.6

November / December 2002

Politicizing the Virgin Mary: The Instance of the Madonna of Medjugorje

Raymond A. Eve

A Presentation Without Arguments: Dembski Disappoints

Mark Perakh

Psychic Pets and Pet Psychics

Joe Nickell

Skeptical About The Skeptical Environmentalist

Richard M. Fisher

Volume 26.5

September / October 2002

Circular Reasoning: The ‘Mystery’ of Crop Circles and Their ‘Orbs’ of Light

Joe Nickell

Fourth World Skeptics Conference in Burbank a Lively Foment of Ideas

Kendrick Frazier and Ben Radford

Ica Stones: Yabba-Dabba-Do!

Massimo Polidoro

A Skeptical Look at September 11th

Clark R. Chapman and Alan W. Harris

Why Was The X-Files So Appealing?

Erich Goode

Volume 26.4

July / August 2002

The High Cost of Skepticism

Carol Tavris

Return of Spring-Heeled Jack

Massimo Polidoro

Science and Pseudoscience in Russia: The First Skeptics’ Congress Convenes in Russia

Paul Kurtz

Tracing Graham Hancock’s Shifting Cataclysm

Michael Brass

Who Abused Jane Doe? The Hazards of the Single Case History Part 2

Elizabeth F. Loftus and Melvin J. Guyer

Why Is Pseudoscience Dangerous?

Edward Kruglyakov

Volume 26.3

May / June 2002

Benny Hinn: Healer or Hypnotist?

Joe Nickell

Gray Barker’s Book of Bunk Mothman, Saucers, and MIB

John C. Sherwood

Magnetic Mountains

Mark Benecke

Who Abused Jane Doe? The Hazards of the Single Case History Part 1

Elizabeth F. Loftus and Melvin J. Guyer