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paranormal

1. beyond normal explanation
2. the. paranormal happenings generally
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Suited and booted with all the latest hi-tech ghost hunting equipment, as well as their very own uniforms, the paranormal investigation team members are preparing to descend upon the streets to track down the spooks of South Wales.
The Paranormal and the Paranoid provides an analysis of science fiction television that brought together paranormal and conspiracy theories and topics prominent in popular culture in the nineties.
"Paranormal Activity" earned nearly $108 million at the U.S.
Not so with The Nightmare, a jarringly silly doc that attempts to suggest the phenomenon of sleep paralysis is evidence of the paranormal. Comprised of interviews and hokey re-enactments, the film features eight people who report feelings of being frozen as they drift off to sleep, a sensation followed by visions of red-eyed monsters, saucer-eyed aliens and 'shadowmen'.
Part mystery, part romance, with real paranormal action, this book will appeal to fans of mystery, fantasy, and romance.--Christina Miller.
When they look through the camera's lens, they begin to see the paranormal activity happening around them - including the re-emergence of young Kristi and Katie.
Colonel Mark Kenslir is a paranormal super soldier born before World War II and seemingly ageless.
Scott mentioned that it was a great discovery by Paranormal Crucible.
Locally, True-to-Life Paranormal Research has investigated the train tunnel in Clinton, the Boylston Library, and several buildings in Uxbridge.
The book, which comes out on August 19, reveals Teesside's rich paranormal history, from disappearing children and ouija boards, to faces in the window and overheard voices.
The evening includes a history talk, readings from mediums and a late night ghost hunt and paranormal investigation.