This week on DNTO, we're taking a look at the paranormal.
Ghosts, fortune tellers, flying saucers, things that go bump in the night!
How did you make sense of your seemingly supernatural experience?
- Cold Specks drops by with a tune and a spooky tale.
- The financial impact of your superstitions with Shing-Tat Chung.
- Is there a Bigfoot in your back yard? Dr. John Bindernagel tells us what to look for.
- Marcy Markusa gets her fortune told and her skepticism challenged.
Sook-Yin Lee takes to the streets to hear your stories of things that go bump in the night.
Canada's premier UFO investigator, Chris Rutowski
, discusses our relationship with the idea of extra-terrestrial life.
remembers the mysterious "Jade" - an ethereal being from another world who reached out to him over the phone when he needed some guidance. Maybe.
Economics is usually seen as a very rational field, but to what extent are we making financial decisions based upon our superstitious beliefs? Shing Tat Chung
built the Superstitious Fund Project
to bring attention to the way we let superstitions run our lives.
shares a scary story and a live performance.
For many people in Iceland, fairies, elves and other unseen creatures are an accepted part of daily life. Icelandic-Canadian filmmaker Mark Whiteway
explores this side of his cultural heritage.
When Marcy Markusa
was sent to have her fortune read by psychic Olive Lunstrom, she thought it was just another assignment for the CBC Manitoba morning show. But what happened next changed her belief about the paranormal.
has studied "sasquatch" for nearly 40 years. He's collected some convincing evidence that "bigfoot" may be roaming the Canadian wilds.
Do hugs have healing powers? Sarah Macdonald
didn't think so, until she was embraced by Indian guru Amma and was granted a wish she would live to regret.
Super skeptic James Randi
joins us to explain his take on the "paranormal" - and to talk about the "Million Dollar Challenge," which invites proponents of the paranormal to prove their psychic abilities. (Photo by: James Randi
And here's this week's music playlist: