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Celebrity Ghost Hunts at Historical Locations

Celebrity Ghost Hunts at Historical Locations

by Kenny Biddle
A Closer Look
March 22, 2019

I had the opportunity to tour the USS North Carolina twice and wasn’t familiar with any ghost stories, so I decided to take a closer look.

Beber sangre de murciélagos es una mala (y loca) idea

Beber sangre de murciélagos es una mala (y loca) idea

by Harriet Hall, translated by Alejandro Borgo
SkepDoc's Corner
March 20, 2019

En la medicina tradicional china (MTC), uso médico generalizado de productos animales tales como bilis de oso, cuernos de rinoceronte, huesos de tigre y escamas de pangolín ha devenido en la práctica de la crueldad animal y ha amenazado a varias especies respecto de su extinción.

Who Are More Biased: Liberals or Conservatives?

Who Are More Biased: Liberals or Conservatives?

by Stuart Vyse
Behavior & Belief
March 19, 2019

Conservatives who, like the President, believe the mainstream media (MSM) have a liberal bias have been supported by evidence that journalists are more likely to identify as Democrats than Republicans.

Pixie Turner: A Wellness Lady Turned Nutritionist

Pixie Turner: A Wellness Lady Turned Nutritionist

by Annika Merkelbach
March 13, 2019

Pixie Turner is a UK-based nutritionist, who was following the wellness trend before she started her research. She now works as an author, science communicator, and nutritionist and also spoke at 2018’s QED in Manchester.

The European Skeptics Congress—Having Fun While Learning about Intereuropean Skepticism

The European Skeptics Congress—Having Fun While Learning about Intereuropean Skepticism

by Annika Merkelbach
March 8, 2019

The European Skeptics Congress (ESC), which happens every two years (August 29th to September 1st), is a place to meet skeptics from around Europe and beyond. The series of congresses started in 1989. Paul De Belder is organizing the next ESC in Ghent, Belgium. He invites us to a sneak peek into what’s coming up.

Mark Edward’s Psychic Blues

Mark Edward’s Psychic Blues

by Rob Palmer
The Well-Known Skeptic
March 6, 2019

Mentalist Mark Edward discusses the release of his updated book, now in audio format: Psychic Blues: Confessions of a Conflicted Medium and gives his thoughts on the public menace posed by psychic medium con artists and their promoters.

Dr. Oz Sells Lemons

Dr. Oz Sells Lemons

by Harriet Hall
SkepDoc's Corner
March 1, 2019

I was not at all surprised to learn that Dr. Oz is selling the other kind of lemon, the kind that grows on trees.

The ‘Momo Challenge’ and the ‘Blue Whale Game’: Online Suicide Game Conspiracies

The ‘Momo Challenge’ and the ‘Blue Whale Game’: Online Suicide Game Conspiracies

by Benjamin Radford
Special Report
February 27, 2019

Kids and their parents around the world apparently have a new deadly online danger to fear: a mysterious and terrifying online figure known as “Momo,”

Undercover at a Psychic Group Reading

Undercover at a Psychic Group Reading

by Kenny Biddle
A Closer Look
February 25, 2019

I attended a psychic gallery reading at the Valley Forge Casino Resort in Pennsylvania to see just how gifted the psychic host was.

Buckle Up - Seatbelt Psychic

Buckle Up - Seatbelt Psychic

by Susan Gerbic
Guerrilla Skepticism
February 21, 2019

CSI Fellow, Susan Gerbic investigates Lifetime’s “Seat Belt Psychic”. Thomas John (The Manhattan Medium) drives around Los Angeles picking up “unsuspecting” riders, along the way he speaks to their dead family members and pets. Very accurate and specific readings. There is no way he could know these things ... unless.

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