A Wide Awake New Study Looks at Sleep and the Paranormal

There are few things more annoying than for someone you just shared an intimate belief with to respond by saying, “It’s all in your head.” Those who believe in one or more facets of the paranormal world – ghosts, UFOs, cryptids and the like – know this feeling well. But … what if it is true? A new field of study known as “Anomalistic psychology” devotes itself to researching extraordinary phenomena of behavior and experience, including those labeled “paranormal”.  It attempts to explain paranormal and related beliefs and paranormal experiences in terms of known psychological and physical factors. Goldsmith’s College, part of the University of London, conducted a new study on paranormal beliefs and found an interesting connection to a certain physical condition. Is it something you should lose sleep over? (Hint: that’s a hint.)

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