I admit it, I love hearing and reading about the paranormal and supernatural. I'm also beguiled by all the popular and fantastic conspiracies. The 1969 moon landing was a movie set. Our government staged the 9/11 terror attack on the twin towers. "Nessie" occasionally cruises the Loch. Spirits of the dead haunt certain establishments. Vampires and werewolves roam the back alleys after midnight always just out of our line of sight.
When I get too involved with this area of dubious concern, thankfully, there is always someone with a much more logical perspective to set me straight. Just when I start to be persuaded that there may be something of substance in this that is worth considering, someone with a firmer grasp on reality comes along and pulls me back from the abyss. First it was James Randi. Here is a guy who put his money where his mouth is. A standing offer of one million dollars if any paranormal phenomena can be repeated under a controlled environment.
Just today, I was happy to discover Bill Whittle's "Seeing the Unseen" targeting all those of us that possess gullible natures and are occasional escapees from reality. Whittle, as usual, shows why he is a very entertaining and insightful writer and gifted observer of what is actually there.