Psychic Phenomena

  • Alexander and Mabel Bell : Psychic/Ghost Investigators
    4:31 PM

    Often forgotten is the interest that many well-known people had throughout the turn-of-the-century, 1900’s, with spiritualism and psychic phenomena. The biggest and most recognized names of that time are Houdini, (Skeptic) and Conan Doyle, (Believer) but Alexander Graham Bell and his wife Mabel were also highly interested in the alleged phenomena of psychic powers and

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  • The April Experiment
    5:24 PM

    Throughout all of April I will be conducting and experiment and you can take part. Unfortunately most of the experiment must remain hidden until the experiment has run its course on April 30th, 2015. There is no need to comment, although if you do I will ask that you only comment with numbers. If you

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  • 4:01 PM

    I know you love being “hip” and you love your facial hair and you love researching weird stuff but all these gentleman have you beat. 8. Arthur Conan Doyle Aside from being a doctor, being knighted AND creating Sherlock Holmes Sir Arthur C. Doyle loved researching supernatural phenomena, until he didn’t. Moustache Level: Sherlockian 7.

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  • Haunted Hooey – Part Three: Cold Readings – Section 1
    1:52 PM

    Over the last 100 years there have been numerous and various attempts to gather and collect data which would prove that some, or all, people do indeed possess some sort of psychic ability. The results are as controversial as the findings and belief systems of the persons involved in administering and taking the tests. One

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  • 2:14 PM

    The CBS Radio Workshop was a dramatic radio series that aired on CBS in the 1950’s. Subtitled “radio’s distinguished series to man’s imagination,” it blended fiction and non-fiction news accounts. In this episode from 1956 the concepts of ESP, Dowsing, Precognition and Telepathy are covered. Starring John McIntyre and Raymond Burr. CBS Radio Workshop: A

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