Scientists figured out how to make people feel ghosts. "The sensation of an otherworldly presence, they found, actually derives from garbled sensorimotor brain signals, in which a person's self awareness of their own body is projected into a seemingly disconnected space. In such cases, the researchers explained in a release, the brain mis-assigns its own life signals as belonging to someone or something else."
Super cool Reddit AMA from a historical curator at a small historical site. Very interesting stuff here. Check out his take on paranormal research groups:
Pretty exciting. I knew the paranormal stuff could boost attendance, but it's good to see some real numbers. From 20 to 170 is a big bump.
An paranormal investigator taped a bunch of noises allegedly made by Champ, a sea monster living in Lake Champlain, Vermont.