Let's take a step back in time. This clip is from the very first
documentary I participated in, about the
premonitions of David
(who I've mentioned before) and is proof that only a few years ago, I
really was a big, fat paranormal believer!
Here's something that might make you laugh (or cringe). The clip, posted
is from a BBC show that I briefly appeared on, on Wednesday night.
Called Nolan Live, I was supposed to be providing a sceptical opinion on
the mediumship skills of Derek
In joint honour of the release of
latest Hollywood blockbuster attempting to pimp
porno-parapsychology to the masses) and the recent
death of Ian Stevenson, I
thought I'd discuss some more disaster premonitions.
Stevenson was a bit of a quack researcher, and collected reports of many
weird, 'paranormal' goings …
The main reason I pursued an interest in parapsychology was because I was intrigued by the very odd experiences that people
report. I was particularly struck by the disaster premonitions; occasions when people seemed to have information about the
future, which might allow them to avoid death. On the morning …
The Ouija board is an
object which gets far too much respect, quite a bit of which is out of
fear. Americans may be surprised to learn that in the UK it is far
harder to purchase a Ouija board, where a person in the UK may be
surprised that …
updated his rules for testing paranormal claims for his million dollar prize. First started in 1998, the million
dollars has attracted lots of kooks and not enough high-profile cranks.
As of April 1, 2007, we will require two major qualifications of all
those who …
A few years ago I was employed as a researcher on a ganzfeld
experiment. For those that have never heard of this particular
parapsychology experiment, it basically involves a form of sensory isolation
(participants wear ping-pong balls over their eyes and listen to white
noise). A 'sender' in a different …