Asheville Bigfoot?

This is close to home for me. I’m not far from Asheville. But this video is highly suspect.

If you catch anything strange or unusual, do you a.) let your little dog run after it; and b.) follow your little dog with the camera when you’ve got an unobstructed view of said creature? Whoever it is was already running away, so I don’t think the videographer was in danger to begin with.

I smell a hoax, even if the guy who shot this wasn’t in on it.

What do you think?

Click on the link.

http://www.wbtv.com/story/29735031/video-boone-man-says-yorkie-saved-me-from-bigfoot?clienttype=generic

Study of the Features of Out-of-Body Experiences

The results of this study are fascinating to me.

Parapsychology

Carlos S. Alvarado, PhD, Research Fellow, Parapsychology Foundation

Dr. Nancy L. Zingrone Dr. Nancy L. Zingrone

In a recent publication I reported, with Nancy L. Zingrone, a study of out-of-body experiences: “Features of out-of-body experiences: Relationships to frequency, wilfulness and previous knowledge about the experience” (Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, 2015, 79, 98-111). Here is the abstract:

“This study examined the relationship to other variables of a count of features of out-of-body experiences (OBEs), compiled as an OBE Feature Index. Following Blackmore’s (1984b) psychological model of OBEs it was predicted that there would be positive correlations between the Index and measures of OBE frequency and of deliberate OBEs. We also predicted a positive relationship between the Index and previous knowledge about the experience. Eighty-eight OBE cases were obtained through appeals in newspapers, magazines, and on-line bulletin boards in Great Britain. OBE features were comparable to previous study findings. Some…

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