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Tuesday, 28. March 2006
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Fake Psychics Drive Me Insane by Durango Herald. (English)
Paul David Forshey, who studied at the Berkeley Psychic Institute in Marin County, Calif., and practices healing arts in Bayfield and Durango, said that he tries to find a person's truth by listening to intuition and practicing a higher awareness of human feeling. "I believe that 80 or 90 percent of healing is awareness," he said.
Hollywood Oddities: Three Men & A Ghost by Hollywood News. (English)
The movie "Three Men and a Baby" is notorious not because it was directed by Mr. Spock or because Steve Guttenberg wasn't that bad an actor in it, but because of a blink-and-you'll-miss-it "ghost" who invited himself on the set.
Lecture Makes Ghost Stories Real by Marin Independent Journal. (English)
Auerbach says it's not at all surprising that a dead person might be a little flirtatious. After all, he says, ghosts are people, too. "People who are dead behave the way they did when they were alive," Auerbach said. "They don't become evil, and they don't suddenly gain wisdom."
A Mountain of Mystery by Colorado Springs Gazette. (English)
America’s favorite mountain has no shortage of horror stories, tall tales, myths — and even a true legend or two scattered among them. There are the resident killer rats devouring babies. There’s the sea monster slithering through a mountain lake; there’s the buried treasure that still awaits discovery.
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