I know that things like poltergeists, ghosts and the afterlife (whether you believe in them or not) belong in the supernatural realm because they aren't proven, but on Sky TV you come across documentaries where they have so-called specialists who claim to be using special equipment which shows the presence of these 'spirits' ... :uhh: But is it real? These programmes tend to put it across as fact. And I saw one programme which documented a family who had a violent poltergeist in their home. Tables and chairs would fly across the room...lights would switch on and off...pans would crash down off shelves, etc etc. The family were terrified and called in some so-called experts who discovered that a man who had lived in the house had died suddenly in some horrific way...I can't remember the exact details but this 'expert' managed to stop this stuff happening in the end, once they had found out the reason this spirit was upset and addressed the problem and "helped him on his way" Then there are the God Channels which feature supposed miracle workers who say they are doing Gods work, on a stage in America, with audiences of thousands, all screaming with joy as these 'miracle workers' shout and wail and grab hold of folks heads and chests and seem to cure sick/disabled/blind people right there in front of millions of people! Surely, if any of this stuff could be proven (and that shouldn't be hard if what we are seeing is true), then once and for all the entire world would KNOW that God was real and the afterlife existed. If it cannot be proven then how can they get away with showing this rubbish...if it's not real then these 'Miracle Workers' are con men and should surely go to jail. Are they willing to be put to the test?? Has any of this paranormal stuff been put to the test in recent years?