My New Article, Dowsing: The Pseudoscience of Water Witching

by | Jun 7, 2013 | Folklore, Investigation, Media Literacy, News, Psychology, Research, Skepticism | 0 comments

Dowsing is an unexplained process in which people use a forked twig or wire to find missing and hidden objects. Dowsing, also known as divining and doodlebugging, is often used to search for water or missing jewelry, but it is also often employed in other applications including ghost hunting, crop circles and fortunetelling. You can read more about it in my new article on the topicĀ HERE.


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