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Are women more likely to experience the paranormal than men?
Dr. Pamela Heath, who has 13 years experience investigating hauntings and spontaneous paranormal events, and has appeared on television as both as a parapsychologist and a psychic, says no.
"Absolutely not," she says to Ghostvillage in a recent interview. "As someone who knows the research fairly well, it drives me nuts how often people accept these kind of myths as 'established fact' when they are nothing of the kind..."
There is an overwhelming consensus in the Western world that women are more open to, and prone to experiencing, paranormal activity such as ghosts, apparitions, psychic phenomenon, and the supernatural than are men. While there is little statistical evidence to back this up, it has been suggested that women tend to be stronger believers in religion than men, which might lead to them 'believing' what they see more than men do.
Don't Fall Asleep seems to have taken their title from a Nightmare on Elm Street film, yet, the film has an original plotline that involves "bloodlust" (Don't Fall). The film is independent and utilizes an ensemble crew to write an interesting tale of sleepwalking, jealousy, and murderous rumours. Don't Fall Asleep has just finished production and the film's story is interesting and definitely horror themed.
The synopsis for the film here:
"'Don't Fall Asleep' follows Janice and Sam, a young couple moving into their first house on Isabelle Street. They start hearing stories from the neighbors about the woman who used to live there - Isabelle - in fact, the street is named after her. Back in the 50's Isabelle flew into a jealous rage when she found her husband with another woman - her lover. She killed both of them but her bloodlust wasn't sated. Now, 50 years later, Janice »
- Michael Ross Allen
2 items from 2010
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