The question as to whether or not the paranormal exist is something that has been debated for centuries. Do ghosts really walk among the living? Have aliens visited Earth? Are those creaks and footsteps the work of inhuman beings? For paranormal claims investigator Bryan Bonner the answer is ‘maybe.’ Bonner is the lead investigator for the Rocky Mountain Paranormal Research Society and his investigation approach comes from the scientific method. Bonner has worked with National Geographic, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Denver medical examiners and the United States Department of Agriculture in order to disprove claims of ghost activity. He has also worked with the show Ghost Hunters to showcase the inaccuracies during the shows ‘investigations.’ “We aren’t given the opportunity to believe or not believe in ghosts…You have to stay neutral. But you also have to be willing to know when to stop claiming that it’s something that it … [Read more...] about Paranormal claims investigator uses science to disprove bumps in the night
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By Sarah Ravani and Gwendolyn Wu Updated 4:13 pm PDT, Friday, October 26, 2018 Emergency personnel monitor the scene after two suspicious packages addressed to Senator Kamala Harris and democratic activist and billionaire Tom Steyer at the U.S. Post Office at 1625 Rollins Road in Burlingame, Calif. Friday, Oct. 26, 2018. less Emergency personnel monitor the scene after two suspicious packages addressed to Senator Kamala Harris and democratic activist and billionaire Tom Steyer at the U.S. Post Office at 1625 Rollins Road in ... more Photo: Jessica Christian / The Chronicle Buy photo Two United States Postal Inspectors stand by the entrance to theÊUnited States Postal Service Priority Mail Annex after a suspicious package addressed to Democratic activist and billionaire Tom Steyer was intercepted in Burlingame, Calif. on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018. less Two United States Postal Inspectors stand by the … [Read more...] about Sen. Kamala Harris, Tom Steyer targeted by pipe bombs, FBI investigating
Five "potential explosive devices" sent to Hillary Clinton, former President Obama, billionaire George Soros, ex-Attorney General Eric Holder and CNN at NYC's Time Warner Center are thought to be linked, law enforcement sources say -- and officials are looking into whether one addressed to California Rep. Maxine Waters in Washington, D.C., has a similar signature. The packages that were addressed to Soros, Clinton, Obama, Brennan (through CNN), and Holder have the same characteristics, three senior law enforcement officials with direct knowledge of the matter tell NBC News. The targets of the packages are leading some to speculate on a motive, but experts say it's far too early for that. "There's an old saying with investigations, and that's 'assumptions are your enemy.'" said Michael Clark, a retired FBI special agent who now teaches criminal justice at the University of New Haven. County Pays Nearly $5M Over Heroin Withdrawal Death in Jail Law enforcement will start with a … [Read more...] about Experts Warn Against Making Assumptions in Explosives Investigation
Christine Blasey Ford said her attackers' "uproarious laughter" is a vivid memory. Brett M. Kavanaugh denied the accusations against him and told Democrats that they would "never get me to quit." Christine Blasey Ford said her attackers' "uproarious laughter" is a vivid memory. Brett M. Kavanaugh denied the accusations against him and told Democrats that they would "never get me to quit." Photo: Washington Post Photo By Matt McClain Senate Judiciary Committee member Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., talks to media after a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, Sept. 28, 2018. After a flurry of last-minute negotiations, the Senate Judiciary Committee advanced Brett Kavanaugh's nomination for the Supreme Court after agreeing to a late call from Sen. Jeff Flake, for a one week investigation into sexual assault allegation against the high court nominee. less Senate Judiciary Committee member Sen. … [Read more...] about Senate delays Kavanaugh vote for a week with an FBI investigation
Sunday September 9, 2018 10:52 AM President Trump tweeted "The Economy is booming like never before, Jobs are at Historic Highs," but that's not exactly accurate. Written by Hope Yen, The Associated Press WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump inaccurately claimed the strongest economic record ever as he capped a week featuring varied misrepresentations from the White House and in hearings for his Supreme Court nominee. A look at recent rhetoric and how it compares with the facts: ECONOMY TRUMP: "The Economy is booming like never before, Jobs are at Historic Highs." — tweet Thursday. THE FACTS: The economy, though healthy, has been in better shape at many times in the past. Growth reached 4.2 percent at an annual rate in the second quarter. That's the best in the past four years. So far, the economy is growing at a modest rate compared with previous economic expansions. In the late 1990s, growth topped 4 percent for four straight years, from 1997 through 2000. In the … [Read more...] about AP Fact Check: What’s the truth about the economy, ‘Fake News’ and the Russia investigation?