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Prison tour guide says he was burned...

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1 hour ago, Matt221 said:

He looks like frankie goes to hollywood's Holly Johnson ...totally irelivant I know

He does! :lol:

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3 hours ago, stereologist said:

I see you jumping to a conclusion. I don't see any effort whatsoever to examine the evidence, as paltry as it is. There is a single newspaper article. It tells a tale which appears to be contradicted by the photo provided. The article even states that there were others there and NONE of them can corroborate the story. It is as if this did not happen. A group of people there and one has an experience, assuming that the injury was not an old one as it appears to be. No one else notices anything. The tour guide decides by themselves that this is a burn mark and it was administered by a ghost.

My bet is that they needed free advertising to increase visits and nothing works better than a ghost story. It brings the gullible paranormal believers back as well as the normal people that just want to see a part of history.

The topic seems to jump around in your posts. Is it this case? The nature of anecdotal evidence? The existence of the paranormal?

As to this case, to me the likelihood of a paranormal cause is increased by the history of increased activity reported at places like prisons and mental hospitals.

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25 minutes ago, papageorge1 said:

The topic seems to jump around in your posts. Is it this case? The nature of anecdotal evidence? The existence of the paranormal?

As to this case, to me the likelihood of a paranormal cause is increased by the history of increased activity reported at places like prisons and mental hospitals.

So again you have no evidence. The consistency in your posts is your lack of evidence, lack of rational thinking, and being hopelessly gullible.

Do you have anything to post about the events mentioned in the  article?

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1 hour ago, papageorge1 said:

As to this case, to me the likelihood of a paranormal cause is increased by the history of increased activity reported at places like prisons and mental hospitals.

Why?  Suspicious.gif

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7 hours ago, XenoFish said:

Well....this threads detoured into the same monotony as usual.

All threads merge into the same road eventually. :lol:

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1 hour ago, Aquila King said:

All threads merge into the same road eventually. :lol:

Depends on who the players are. Sometimes they tend to focus on one persons unshakable opinion verses the logic hammer. So you can kinda see a pattern.

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On 25/09/2017 at 4:58 PM, stereologist said:

Once again we see zero effort by papageorge1 to attempt to provide any evidence in support of the thread. In fact, I cannot recall a single time when papgeorge1 tried to provide evidence. There was the time papgeorge1 copied and pasted from that fraud Geller's site in which the quotes said Geller was the real deal. Good work there papageorge1, having Geller say Geller is not a fraud.

So now we once again have papageorge1 with no effort to support his case. Rack up another failure. According to papageorge1 it is at least 1002 failures in a row.

So where's your evidence?

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