Paranormal is a general term that describes unusual experiences that lack an obvious scientific explanation or phenomena alleged to be outside of science's current ability to explain or measure. In parapsychology it is used to describe the potentially psychic phenomena of telepathy, extra-sensory perception, psychokinesis, ghosts, and hauntings. The term is also applied to UFOs, some creatures that fall under the scope of cryptozoology, purported phenomena surrounding the Bermuda Triangle, and other non-psychic subjects. Stories relating to paranormal phenomena are found in popular culture and folklore, but the scientific community, as referenced in statements made by organizations such as the United States National Science Foundation, contends that scientific evidence does not support paranormal beliefs.
Locations noted to have Paranormal activity with multiple sightings or extreme weirdness:
- Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
- Indian Mound Park (Dauphin Island, Alabama)
- Judaculla Rock, North Carolina, Coordinates 35°18′02″N 83°06′34″W, Contains more petroglyphs (undecipherable) than any other known boulder east of the Mississippi River.
- Nazca lines, Nazca, Peru. (See also Nazca mummies).
- Newark Earthworks, Ohio
- Skinwalker Ranch, Ballard, Utah.
- Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park, Arkansas