The paranormal is defined as “designating or of psychic or mental phenomena outside the range of the normal.” In current times, the term covers a wide spectrum of phenomena, from telepathy and mind over matter to lost cities and UFOs. Should all paranormal events be treated with the same level of credibility, or are some categories more believable than others? Modern science, almost by definition, rejects all forms of the paranormal because these events tend to be outside the detection of measuring instruments. On this show, Philip Comella probes the outer limits of the paranormal with Evan Pedone, founder of The Florida Paranormal Society and author of Expedition Everest. Listen in as Philip questions Evan about what evidence really exists for UFOs, Big Foot and other phenomena on the outer limits of the paranormal.