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Paranormal News and Views for November 2, 2013


Queensland Lake Monster

Lake Monster in Queensland?


”Loch Ness Monster” spotted off the coast of Queensland, Australia
The Loch Ness Monster appears to have upped sticks and relocated to sunnier climes, if this photograph is anything to go by. The snap, taken from a beach on Magnetic Island, off Townsville, in Queensland, Australia, shows what looks like Nessie's distinctive long, curved neck bobbing up and down in the water...

International team hopes to settle thylacine mystery once and for all
An international team of naturalists from the Centre for Fortean Zoology has arrived in Tasmania for the first in a series of well-resourced and professional expeditions into Tasmania's wilderness to hunt for evidence of the Tasmanian tiger...

Why so many Icelanders still believe in invisible elves
How the country’s history and geography created the perfect setting for magical creatures, whose perceived existence sparks environmental protests to this day...
(Also read: The Elusive Little People)

Nunavik hunters run into rock-throwing Bigfoot creature
“Maybe the creature was trying to communicate with us. But I don’t know how to talk to the Bigfoot.” Akulivik hunter Harry Cruikshank and his friends say they are the third northern Quebec group within the last two years to spot a Bigfoot creature...
(Also read: Hail of Stones from Nowhere)


Time for an exorcism? Demons are on the rise for Halloween
Ghosts? Boo! Vampires? Hiss! Zombies? Uhhhhh! When it comes to the paranormal, demonic possession is the new black art. Is that brand of evil a good thing to play up for Halloween? Not at all, according to Sharon Hill, who watches the woo-woo beat with a skeptical eye for her website, Doubtful News...


Ouija boards, demons, the dead and human psychology
On its website this week — just in time for Halloween — the Smithsonian posted a fascinating article on the “strange and mysterious” Ouija board...
(Also read: Ouija: How Does It Work?)


Reincarnation: Fact or fallacy?
Reincarnation. Fact, fallacy, superstition or simply coincidence? Those stories of people with super-minds; minds that delve into the past, minds that have the power to move objects and perceive things the rest of us cannot with our ordinary senses; minds that operate independently of the body...

Historical evidence shows that reincarnation was part of original Christian doctrine, says author Douglas Casimiri
The author says the most amazing part of past life exploration is, when the reader is taken back in time, they get to relive life as it was. If readers are fortunate, they may be able to remember their name, place of birth and other vital information. Then they can research their previous life history and verify the facts. Truly inspiring - knowing we never die, just change form. The author claims this is what Jesus meant by everlasting life - it was through reincarnation...

Stop Worrying! There Probably is an Afterlife

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