Paranormal

Why Millennials and Gen Z are turning to tarot as a form of “therapy”

Tarot's TikTok popularity is just the latest sign of the younger generation looking for whatever answers they can find - even if they're not true

The story of the Satanic Panic is a tale of religious and cultural paranoia in America

The Satanic Panic of the 1980s showed we don't actually need a real Satan - well-meaning, deluded and fervent people will do His work for Him.

When put to the test, the predictive powers of Indian astrology simply don’t hold up

The data collected in the famous double-blind test of Indian astrology in 2008 allows us to put the other basic astrological principles to the test

The Battersea Poltergeist, and the role of the paranormal investigator

The Battersea Poltergeist demonstrates how supposedly supernatural phenomena need attention and validation to thrive

Spontaneous Human Combustion: The truth behind the myth of Mary Carpenter

Stories of spontaneous human combustion have been retold since the 1920s, but do those retellings reflect the truth?

What links the Flatwoods Monster, the Kelly–Hopkinsville alien encounter, and Mothman?

The connection between three legendary paranormal sightings tells us a lot about why we see what isn't there... and miss what's really there

‘Startling Stories’, illustrating ‘Strangers on the Heights’ by Manly Wade Wellman

This cover of pulp magazine 'Startling Stories' from 1944 features a reanimated cadaver - a zombie, traceable to Haitian folklore

Psychics and mediums: Mad, bad, or dangerous to know?

Given that psychics aren't actually performing paranormal feats, is it fair to separate them into the deceitful and the deluded?

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