Sunday, September 4th, 2011

Indian government to pass bill banning human sacrafice, black magic and other magical practices

Chanting to cure snakebites, claiming to be a reincarnated spouse to obtain sex, and charging for miracles could soon be banned by an Indian state seeking to stop charlatans preying on the vulnerable. Many superstitions are widely held in India but a campaign group is lobbying hard for a new law in the western state of Maharashtra to outlaw several exploitative activities, with penalties of fines or up to seven years in jail. Full article:

According to Fortean researcher Rev. Lionel Fanthorpe claims Whales is the most haunted place in the UK!
A GHOST-HUNTING vicar has lifted the lid on Wales’ haunted hotspots – and claimed the nation is the UK’s most haunted. The Rev Lionel Fanthorpe, a judo black-belt, motorcycling, ex-headteacher has been tracking paranormal mysteries since his retirement. And now the colourful Fortean Times presenter, from Cardiff, is set to address a cultural debate about his findings.
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