5 Unconvincing Paranormal Cases

Several months ago, a guy named Ian Tindell posted 5 Convincing 'Real' Paranormal Cases that "will give the average skeptic...food for thought" at Ranker.com. He's right. There is food for thought, and "real" does belong in quotation marks. Let's review: 1. The "exorcism" of Annelise Michel. This was the case that inspired the mediocre horror... Continue Reading →

Perils of Paranoia: Remember the Alamo

Perhaps you have run across the website Spiritually Smart in your online travels. It was a sprawling and exhaustive archive of Jesuit perfidy, Catholic misdeeds, and general paranoia, established and maintained by a young Long Island native who renounced his Catholic upbringing after reading some Chick tracts and the outrageously bogus stories of Alberto Rivera.... Continue Reading →

Holy Blood, Holy Crap: The Da Vinci Code Lawsuit and Michael Baigent’s The Jesus Papers

"You stole my ideas! Even though they're not mine!" The Da Vinci Code lawsuit was a prime example of wanton, greedy litigiousness. Two of the three "historians" who wrote Holy Blood, Holy Grail (1982) sued Dan Brown over alleged theft of intellectual property, even though Brown's book is a work of fiction and theirs was... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: