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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishparanormalpar‧a‧nor‧mal /ˌpærəˈnɔːməl◂ $ -ˈnɔːr-/ adjective  1 ROparanormal events cannot be explained by science and seem strange and mysterioussupernatural ghosts and other paranormal phenomena2 the paranormal
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paranormalAnd Eustace didn't believe in the paranormal.Despite severe criticism, the newspaper conducted a poll in 1980 into the paranormal beliefs and experiences of its readers.They allowed a council-appointed paranormal expert into their home to investigate a nine-month haunting.It may be, however, that it is also a product of paranormal invulnerability that arises from athletic discipline.The paranormal is automatically consigned to the demonic because it is not immediately biblical.ESP and other paranormal phenomenaThat's the problem which the paranormal presents for us, and it's the problem which miracles presented for Hume.Hoagland was asked whether he had any connections to paranormal researchers, or to Bigfoot.Most modern researchers into the paranormal set little store by such experiments.