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Skepticism Skepticism, Past and Future [x:xx]
– Ghostbusters is 30 years old, it was released June 7, 1984.
– The film version of The Amityville Horror was release July 27, 1979 and spawned eleven other films.
– The Philadelphia Experiment was released August 3, 1984.
– The Blair Witch Project was released (in selected cities) on July 16, 1999.
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The Odds Must Be Crazy [xx:xx]
– The Odds Must Be Crazy.
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Interview: Arthur I. Miller [xx:xx]
– Arthur I. Miller
– Colliding Worlds: How Cutting-Edge Science Is Redefining Contemporary Art.