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supernatural

1. of or relating to things that cannot be explained according to natural laws
2. characteristic of or caused by or as if by a god; miraculous
3. of, involving, or ascribed to occult beings
4. the. supernatural forces, occurrences, and beings collectively or their realm

Supernatural

Twilight Zone, The
tales of weird events involving ordinary people. [Am. Radio, TV, & Cinema: The Twilight Zone in Terrace]
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The Ghostfinder Paranormal Society is an experienced group of professional ghost hunters and paranormal experts that operate across most parts of the United Kingdom investigating reports of hauntings, poltergeists, residual energy and all forms of paranormal or supernatural phenomena.
He has also frequently appeared as a guest expert on television talk shows and documentaries debunking psychics and promoting a skeptical stance towards supernatural phenomena.
Speaking on the Bulgarian private television channel bTV, he said every second Bulgarian that participated in a survey said they believed in supernatural phenomena and feared having a curse put on them.
The show explores spirits, near-death experiences, UFO abductions, sasquatch or little people sightings, and other supernatural phenomena.
The most widely reported supernatural phenomena was close encounters with UFOs-with 109 cases alien spaceships are more likely to be seen in Yorkshire than anywhere else.
It sets out step-by-step instructions on how Church authorities should deal with claims of such supernatural phenomena.
Brigade, a school club dedicated to finding such amazing supernatural phenomena as aliens, time travelers, and espers.
He insists that he is following a long tradition in philosophy of explaining why people act well or poorly without recourse to supernatural phenomena.
Although on its surface a study of the strange attraction of inexplicable supernatural phenomena, the book is more truly an investigation of shifting understandings of death and grief.
THE STORY: Author Mike Enslin (Cusack) writes bestsellers that debunk supernatural phenomena. So he's drawn to the deadly room 1408 in a New York hotel - a room notorious for its body count and the fact that no guest has ever managed to stay the night and live.
Built in 1996, its modern design and trim lawn seem better hosts to a group of playing children than to supernatural phenomena, yet the MacLeans describe occurrences that are, to them, without explanation.
Chapters consider the evolution of the brain and concurrent psychic activities and consider the role of consciousness in supernatural phenomena, making this a fine pick for any collection strong in either new age or psychology.