Skeptical Briefs — Volume 21.4
A Canadian spiritualist ghostbusting actor walks into a bar wearing New Age crystals and a crystal skull around his neck, goes up to the bartender, and orders a vodka. . . . No, this weird mashup is not the setup to a joke (certainly not a funny one) but instead more or less describes one of the strangest intersections of Hollywood, New Age paranormal belief, ghost hunting, and alcohol.
by Joe Nickell
The term ape-man is used in two major ways. As CFI’s visiting scholar in China during October 2010, I encountered—so to speak—an example of each of these two types of ape man, which some believe are related. As we shall see, each has proved elusive in its own way.
by Noah Nez
Some attempt to correlate the various stories from different tribes of indigenous people into modern Thunderbird sightings. However, when one looks a little more critically at these legends, it is clear they serve a much different purpose.
SensaSlim Lawsuit Seeks to Silence Skeptics
by Gurmukh Mongia
Jesse Ventura’s New World Order, Camera Artifacts, and Life As We Know It
Skepticism One Wikipage at a Time
Talking with Wikiskeptic Susan Gerbic-Forsyth