- What could we term a hoaxed Bigfoot track’s success in fooling believers?
Answer: A foot accompli.
- How did the intended client do well when he attempted to access a psychic phone line?
Answer: He accidentally dialed a wrong number.
- When the Shroud of Turin was carbon-14 dated by double-blind tests, what happened to devotees?
Answer: They were blindsided.
- What entity might have been credited when the Cottingly fairy photos were exposed as schoolgirls’ fakes?
Answer: The Truth Fairy.
- What could we call an “investigator” whose cases are mostly spoofs?
Answer: A Prankterton.
- What was seen accompanying the flying saucer?
Answer: A flying cup.
- How can we characterize a vague psychic?
Answer: As an unclear-voyant.
- Implying that a spirit might be causing some phenomena should be called what?
Answer: Ghost Hinting.
- What is a successful case-solving paranormal investigator called?
Answer: Bad names.
- Why weren’t the aromatherapist’s claims taken seriously?
Answer: They didn’t pass the smell test.