Banned from the world of mainstream pseudoscience, Skeptoid takes on the biggest challenges to the realm of reason and rationality.
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An urban legend says that a 1981 video arcade game called Polybius sickened players, or even drove them to suicide, while government agents collected the data.
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The book and movie "Sybil" told the story of a woman purported to have Multiple Personality Syndrome. But how much of it, if any, was true?
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An old story claims a long list of astonishing similarities between the assassinations of Lincoln and Kennedy. Are they true, false, taken out of context, or something else?
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Cupping, the practice of putting suction cups on the skin to create bruises, has been around for at least 2000. Does its antiquity mean that it has healthful benefits?
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Skeptoid dips into the feedback mailbag and answers questions written in response to episodes about aliens, UFOs, and other scary things from space.