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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

Volume 26.2

March / April 2002

Are Science and Religion Compatible?

Paul Kurtz

Bigfoot at 50 Evaluating a Half-Century of Bigfoot Evidence

Benjamin Radford

Commentary: Clear Thinking and the Forces of Unreason

Kendrick Frazier

Final Séance: The Strange Friendship Between Houdini and Conan Doyle

William Harwood

Volume 26.1

January / February 2002

10th European Skeptics Congress: Rise and Development of Paranormal Beliefs in Eastern Europe

Martin Mahner

Snaring the Fowler: Mark Twain Debunks Phrenology

Delano José Lopez

A University’s Struggle With Chiropractic

Michael De Robertis

Voodoo in New Orleans

Joe Nickell

Volume 25.6

November / December 2001

Conspire This!

Robert Sheaffer

A Critique of Schwartz et al.’s After-Death Communication Studies

Richard Wiseman and Ciaran O'Keeffe

John Edward: Hustling the Bereaved

Joe Nickell

Magical Thinking in Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Phillips Stevens, Jr.

Volume 25.5

September / October 2001

Design Yes, Intelligent No: A Critique of Intelligent Design Theory and Neocreationism

Massimo Pigliucci

The God of Falling Bodies: Galileo, Newton, Bentley, and Leibniz Chat on the Internet

Victor Stenger

Multiverses and Blackberries

Martin Gardner

Science and Religion 2001: Introductory Thoughts

Kendrick Frazier