Bloody Mary is a popular urban legend/party game. Where did it originate from and was there a real life Bloody Mary?
More than ever, people are using a range of devices to measure their surroundings in the hope of detecting something paranormal. Here are some of the common things that can cause a false positive reading.
The Mothman has become somewhat of an urban legend with a festival now honouring the creature each year and a large worldwide following all wondering, is the Mothman real? What is even more intriguing is once you start down the rabbit hole of this case, it goes much deeper and much weirder than a moth-like creature. UFO sightings and even the Men in Black. Is it all connected? Let's dive in.
Does our belief in the paranormal come down to brain chemistry? Is dopamine the reason we seek patterns in the way we interpret information? If no two brains are the same, what does it mean for interpreting paranormal experiences on a wider scope?
Do you remember your most profound paranormal experiences? Do you remember the details clearly of what happened or do you more focus on how it made you feel? It turns out, our brain really likes these feelings, so do we unknowingly seek out to be scared? Does it mean that when we are feeling that adrenaline and fear that we are interpreting things the wrong way?
During the Victorian Era, the lines between magic and spiritualism were often blurred. What seemed like amazing supernatural acts were later found to be magic tricks. Here is how some of them worked!
In the late 1800's, thought transference became quite popular. Not only were people performing what seemed to be such acts on a public stage, people were playing what was called 'The Willing Game' in their homes. By touching another person, could they transfer a thought to another? Fast forward into modern-day society, and Scientists believe they have recorded evidence of thought transference via the internet.
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The theme for this paranormal book club is Creatures
In the early 1930's, J.B Rhine experimented with subjects to test if it was possible to telepathically send an image from person to person. Here is all you need to know about Zener cards and how to conduct your own ESP experiment with Zener cards.