How do you tell what is normal in Toronto anyway?
Okay, cheap shot. But not half as cheap as what passes for journalism in the story: Paranormal sighting in Toronto by David Bezmozgis in the Saturday Nov. 28 edition of the Globe and Mail.
Focusing on Ms. Nateliya Frolova, the story concerns Russian immigrants bringing with them a fascination with paranormal clairvoyance and healing. In introducing the piece, Mr. Bezmozgis says, what distinguishes Ms. Frolova and many of her Russian counterparts from the regular Western clairvoyants are the Russians’ claims to supernatural healing abilities. Read the rest of this entry »