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"Examines forty-seven paranormal cases, ranging from a supposedly petrified girl buried in eastern Kentucky, to spontaneous human combustion, to UFO visitations, to auras, to stigmata, to haunted houses, to ghostly photos, to police psychics, to communicating with the dead."―Ozarks Mountaineer
"Whoever said that the truth is both stranger and more entertaining than fiction describes this book exactly."―Skeptical Inquirer
"It may not be as fun as being fooled, but it's refreshing to see an experienced professional who has investigated hundreds of alleged paranormal occurrences. . . . A fascinating book."―WTBF
I am fascinated with the paranormal. I don't like the extremists on either side. Joe Nickel should have been able to hit the spot quite easily, however, there were childish... Read morePublished on October 24, 2008 by Athena Quinn
It's fine to be a believer; it's fine to be a skeptic. However, it is not fine to settle so staunchly on your viewpoint that all your conclusions are foregone--while representing... Read morePublished on May 26, 2006 by Bruce D. Wilner
Nickell trys to call himself a skeptic but he is not at all, in fact he is an all out non believer who even when he has no evidence that things are a hoax or natural he deems them... Read morePublished on December 15, 2005 by Elyse M. Ogden
Over the years, Joe Nickell of skeptic organization CSICOP has written or co-written a large amount of books, and several of them are a lot like Real X-Files: large anthologies... Read morePublished on November 29, 2005 by Stefan Isaksson
If you don't believe in anything, you'll like this book. I like this book, because I don't believe in anything (not unless I can taste, touch, smell, hear, or see it). Read morePublished on March 18, 2005 by FruityAsANutcake
I should have been forewarned when this $27.50 hardback was on the Barnes & Nobel's Bargain Table for $4.99. Read morePublished on February 27, 2005 by Dr. Ali Fant
The problem with Joe Nickell's books are that he assumes that most UFO and paranormal cases are not real. Read morePublished on October 9, 2004 by James C. Kelly