Research Shows Most Americans Believe in the Paranormal | Digital Journal

Research Shows Most Americans Believe in the Paranormal, By ACCESSWIRE Published April 21, 2022, Digital Journal


New Thinking Allowed Says Paranormal Experiences Are Normal and Relevant

ALBUQUERQUE, NM / ACCESSWIRE / April 21, 2022 / Recent polling, conducted in October 2021 by Cinch Home Services, a leading home warranty company, indicates that 83% of American adults report having experienced paranormal activity in their homes. The top three forms of paranormal activity were hearing sounds, lights turning on and off, and hearing voices. This finding is consistent with polling going back for decades. Yet, typically, many experiencers are still reluctant to speak openly about their experiences for fear of being ridiculed, called mentally ill, or even accused of demonic possession.

The new accumulated scientific evidence suggests that many such experiences should be taken at face value.

Jeffrey Mishlove, Ph.D., host of the New Thinking Allowed channel on YouTube, says, “Large segments of the population, when polled, report personal experiences of a parapsychological nature. Our academic, scientific, and religious institutions have failed to educate the public about 140 years of research into paranormal phenomena.”

Mishlove says, “My hope is to help people realize their paranormal experiences are normal and relevant – thus helping to remove the stigma associated with parapsychology.” He believes the recent research is encouraging. “The best antidote to the fear and ignorance concerning paranormal experiences is public education.”

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