When it comes to getting a message via a psychic, it is worth understanding that after many multiple decades of “research” the specific quantity of credible evidence that verifies that anything supernatural is going on is exactly zero. You have basically two types of practitioners … fraudsters who are leveraging grief to enrich themselves the … Read more Is Any Psychic a Speaker for the Dead?
Over in New York the news is that a ring of fake psychics has been shutdown. As reported here … There is no future for a phony psychic network thanks to the federal prosecutors. A Long Island-based marketing group, its direct-mail accomplices, and two self-professed clairvoyants are now barred from using the U.S. mail to dupe … Read more How can you spot a real psychic?
In a darkened room group of people gather around a traditional Ouija board, everybody then puts their hands on a small heart-shaped piece of wood and ask a question. In response the spirits mysteriously make it move to give an answer …. oooh spooky, and obviously proof that something supernatural is going on. Oh wait a second, because … Read more How can you test an Ouija Board?
The ITV show “Good Morning” put Mark Tilbrook on the couch beside supposed Psychic Colin Fry and interviewed them both. Alas I missed the live interview, but it can be watched on-line. Why was he interviewed? Mark is the skeptic who was handing out critical thinking leaflets outside Sally Morgan’s show and was threatened (on hidden camera) by … Read more Mark Tilbrook interviewed about Sally Morgan and Psychics on UK TV
As you might or perhaps might not be aware, the UK’s most famous supposed psychic, Sally Morgan, has been having rather a lot of dire publicity recently, so that is perhaps something to celebrate. It all started last April when skeptic Mark Tilbrook was outside one of her shows handing out leaflets that gave those attending a … Read more Sally Morgan, the supposed psychic who never saw what was about to happen
Last night at #QEDcon the best blog of the year award went to Jonny Scaramanga for his fabulous Leaving Fundamentalism website. Here below you can see a picture (taken by Kevin Friery@Therapeutic1) where Nate Phelps presents Jonny Scaramanga with his award at #QEDcon #skeptic #atheism And yes, that is “the” Nate Phelps, the son of Fred Phelps of Westboro … Read more Awards at #QEDcon – Leaving Fundamentalism