• Interesting survey results:

    "They started with two nationwide surveys that interviewed a total of more than 3,000 Americans about their beliefs, experiences and interests.

    When the scientists broke down the results, they found that people who are moderately religious are most likely to believe in the paranormal. This could be because they are open enough to believe in the unknown, but not so rigid in their religious beliefs to reject mysterious experiences altogether.

    The numbers also showed that different types of paranormal entities appeal to different demographics. Women, for instance, are most likely to believe they live in haunted houses. College graduates are most likely to have out-of-body experiences. Unmarried white men are most likely to believe in UFOs.

    Bigfoot hunters were perhaps the most surprising group, Bader said. They defied all stereotypes of paranormal pursuers who wear flowing clothes and commune with spirits."

    October 29, 2010 at 12:39 p.m.

  • "The foundation of superstition is ignorance, the superstructure is faith and the dome is a vain hope. Superstition is the child of ignorance, and the mother of misery." Robert Green Ingersoll

    October 29, 2010 at 11:58 a.m.

  • How about if the Roadrunner is in a parking lot, and when you come back out the Roadrunner is admiring the view from the front seat of your truck? True story.

    That has to be extra good luck!

    October 28, 2010 at 10:05 p.m.

  • whenever a black bird is just making its wierd noise up in the tree close by it means somebody is going to die-----but if it does it less than 3 times and flies away it means its trying to locate the right area. when a roadrunner is crossing the road in front of you it means good luck is coming but if it pauses before it crosses it means its not for you. my favorite---when you start scratching on you palm all of sudden it means money is on its way--99.99 percent of the time it has work for me---

    October 28, 2010 at 4:28 p.m.

  • Well, I turn around when I see a black cat cross the road...I don't walk under ladders and I don't open or let my kids open an umbrella in the house. That's how I was raised so I would rather not take any chances. lol

    October 28, 2010 at 1:28 p.m.