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This week Skepticality is pleased to once again speak with noted 'Quirkologist' Richard Wiseman, the Professor of the Public Understanding of Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom and fellow of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI). Swoopy talks with Professor Wiseman about his recent paranormal investigations and the initial findings from his Hauntings: The Science of Ghosts project that was presented as part of the 2009 Edinburgh International Science Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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Date -May 5th, 2009 read by Derek


It's Cinquo de Mayo.
S – O – C – K – S – eso si que es – it is what is is.
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Dr. Richard Wiseman is the Professor of the Public Understanding of Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom.
Wiseman is the author of such books as Quirkology and The Luck Factor 
Prof. Wiseman is also a reknowned paranormal investigator.
I have fun trying to solve Wiseman's Friday puzzle from his blog. Don't let the Lion win!
Prof Wiseman and Dr Peter Lovatt had fun looking at the psychology of dancing. 
Hauntings: The Science of Ghosts was part of the Edinburgh Science Festival 2009. 
The winning photo was recreated at Tatallon Castle. 
You can submit your own "ghost photos" to the Hauntings project.
Participate in the 'ghostly experiences' survey.
Read the initial results of the Hauntings project.
Web 2.0 plays a big part in Prof Wiseman's work including his YouTube channel. 
You can also follow Prof. Wiseman on Twitter. 



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