Tuesday Blogscan 07-10-2008By Gregon Tuesday, October 7th A strange assortment to get you through the week… The latest Skeptiko podcast features Ben Radford (editor of Skeptical Inquirer) responding to questions about his investigations of psychic detectives. Filip Coppens has a new essay on his website, concerning the other archaeological enigma of Bosnia: giant stone spheres. Michael Prescott asks: “Will the Real You Please Stand Up“. This week’s eSkeptic newsletter discusses a Marilyn Monroe hoax and it’s ramifications for one ‘psychic’. The Parapsychology Foundation blog features Carlos Alvarado’s survey of “Charles Richet’s Work in Psychical Research“. The latest podcast from the Psychedelic Salon is Robert Anton Wilson’s lecture, “Can the Human Lifespan Be Extended”. Skeptic Randi’s latest newsletter touches on Billy Meier, Derek Ogilvie, and announces a change of format for the future. This week’s Fate Radio interview is with Dr Bob Curran, discussing zombies (mp3 or Real Audio). Kevin Randle reveals a new Roswell insight in his blog entry “Moore Knew Mogul’s Name“. Nick Redfern reviews Brad Steiger’s Otherworldly Affaires (Amazon US and UK). UFO Casebook #327 is now online. The latest Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe podcast features Martian snow, PETA nonsense, and a chat with a descendant of Charles Darwin. Anthony North looks at the pre-eminence of superstition in the modern world, at Beyond the Blog. Enjoy!