Paranormal America: From Taboo to Socially Accepted

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Has the Paranormal taken a strong lead to become part of American Culture? That’s what we find out today as Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, Joseph Baker shares his insight on Paranormal America, and the Parallels between Religion and the Paranormal.

Joseph and his co-authors/co-researchers participated in psychic readings, palm readings, they had their auras photographed, joined a Bigfoot hunt, followed a group of ghost hunters in an investigation of a haunted classroom, and even visited a support group for alien abductees.  [adinserter block=”1″]

Topics touched on include:

►The Satanic Panic of the late 1980’s into the 1990’s

►How Paul Ingram was personally affected by this Moral Panic

►The moral panic of today

►What’s the mindset of a professor of sociology going into the investigative field of Paranormal Phenomenon

►Key Demographics and Statistics for various Paranormal Phenomena

►Are the majority of average Americans more inclined to believe or disbelieve in Paranormal activity

►Why don’t more Christians believe in Paranormal Activity, when the Christian bible is abundant with Paranormal experiences

Plus much more!

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