Break the habit of “scientifical” gadgets and gimmicks; quit trying to be Grant and Jason. Maybe you can actually get an explanation for the events instead of “It’s paranormal!”
For anyone interested in the processes, principles, and techniques behind investigating mysterious and unexplained phenomena, Ben Radford has created a 10-part introduction to the basics of Scientific Paranormal Investigation. It’s a basic primer for those interested in skeptical investigation. If you’ve already read his book Scientific Paranormal Investigation: How to Solve Unexplained Mysteries or taken his workshop, there’s new material there for you as well, including some solve-them-yourself mini-mysteries. It’s totally free, and arrives in ten weekly e-mailed mini-lessons; sign up at http://www.mailboxblack.com.
Radford is a Research Fellow with the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, Discovery News columnist, and author of six books and over a thousand articles and columns. For more information about Benjamin Radford, visit his web site .
Anyone interested in ghosts or paranormal at all should take advantage of this free opportunity. What have you got to lose except preconceived notion and shoddy techniques?
Review of Scientific Paranormal Investigation