Fodor debunked the Poltergeist cat and the Thornton Heath Poltergeist – these cases show the importance of skepticism when investigating a paranormal claim.
Jeane Dixon, or “The White House Psychic” made many predictions that never came true – as well as untrue statements about events that had already happened.
Ghost hunter and psychic scams abound both online and in-person. How can you distinguish between honest and phony, as in the case of Jeane Dixon?
“King Tut’s curse” has interested the superstitious for decades: Is the “Mummy’s Curse” a myth, or is there some truth to the stories surrounding the tomb?
The White Witch of Rose Hall sounds very sinister, and the stories surrounding Annie Palmer are quite gruesome. How well does history match with the legend?