Coventry Uni unveil "ghostbusting" degree

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Students are to investigate the existence of ghosts as part of a degree course looking at people's experience of the paranormal.

Coventry University is offering the chance to look into haunted houses, extra-sensory perception and "the survival of bodily death".

Tony Lawrence, director of the two-year parapsychology course, said it would be "controversial yet thought-provoking".

The focus will be the "middle ground" between religion and science, he added.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/4753861.stm
 
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Taz_786 said:
Students are to investigate the existence of ghosts as part of a degree course looking at people's experience of the paranormal.

Coventry University is offering the chance to look into haunted houses, extra-sensory perception and "the survival of bodily death".

Tony Lawrence, director of the two-year parapsychology course, said it would be "controversial yet thought-provoking".

The focus will be the "middle ground" between religion and science, he added.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/4753861.stm
Isn't that trying for a baby in the dark?

Sorry that's extra-sensory conception.
 
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BagCharge said:
we are on form today aren't we mistersoft.... :D :D :D
One of the students, Damien said it was a good omen. He did say living at Sleepy Hollow in Elm Street, Amityville was awkward as it involved two buses. His girlfriend Christine agreed. The lodger, Belgian Paul 'ter Geist also agreed. "Its the dead zone here and somebody has got to make the stand" said Paul.
"I could scream" said Christine. "I could scream 2" added Paul. "I could scream 3" concluded Christine. The other lodger Casper agreed with them while polishing the brass. "Its the shining" he said. "I must have the sixth sense or something" he added, getting ready to go down the village. "Its always the others" said Paul. Casper canceled the trip to the village "Its the fog" he explained.

Sorry was bored.
 

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