The Dunning-Kruger Effect is a cognitive bias where a person overestimates how much they think they know about a subject.
While social media is a great place to connect and meet people and even share your paranormal experiences, there is a darker side. Does social media help or hinder the paranormal field?
The highlight of the LLIFS Resource Directory this week is by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Documenting his journey across Australia between 1920-1921, spiritualism advocate Doyle talks about his journeys as well as topics such as mediumship, psychic phenomena and spiritualism.
From a sensed presence through to sleep paralysis and even experiencing grief, there are many situations where people feel like there is someone there with them. While it could be something paranormal, it could also be our brain. Here are some of the ways our brain makes us feel like we are not alone!
What is synchronicity? Is there some sort of significant meaning or is it just how we perceive information? Do you believe in Synchronicity or is it just coincidence?
There are different reasons for people faking activity. From being funny to getting their 15 minutes of fame, we as investigators have strong opinions when deception is involved. But what about the people who are so desperate for someone to believe them that they begin to fake or copy activity they have experienced just so someone else will believe them?
I asked you to submit your experiences with JOTT: where an item goes mysteriously missing and comes back. Here are some MORE of those stories!
As we approach the second half of 2021, I have taken another look at some new Tarot decks hitting soon as well as some up and coming indie tarot designers!
Was the voice from the attic a real disembodied voice or an act of deception in a quest for validation?
Why is it that all the best potential pieces of paranormal evidence are not caught on camera? If they are, would they ever be accepted? Is it because it is about our own perception and experiences of the paranormal rather than the individual event itself?