A little Halloween fun, or should I say spoiler alert?

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In addition to creepiness, our ghostly guests, or our impressions of them, have also been studied. We certainly wouldn't want them to feel left out. In order to explain those ghostly apparitions we experience, researchers have examined infrasound, electromagnetic fields, and even our brain. Once you've had your Halloween fun, check out this article to see if you're experiences might be explained by any of their findings: The Science of Paranormal Ghosts

In the meantime, enjoy the weekend and tell me out your paranormal thoughts and theories.

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Dr. Yamazaki has been involved in adult education since the mid-1980's. She has developed technology-based education for the Air Force, commercial industry, and for higher education. She is certified in instruction systems design. She has taught courses for the Air Force and at community college, college, and university institutions. She was awarded the teaching excellence award at the US Air Force Academy as an instructor for the behavioral sciences. In her work with Macmillan Higher Education, she works with educators and editorial to consult on the development of educational products, services, and experiences for higher education.