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Everyone who reads paranormal articles are indeed looking for answers to the things they cannot explain. To write a good paranormal article the writer should learn all they can about the field, even if their answers to the readers questions stem from theory - it still shows that the writer has went to great lengths to bring insight to those who seek it.
I write on the paranormal - i treat it as a journalistic endevour ... i investigate and report, just like i would on anything else - there are a couple of my reports on the hub if it would help you - take a look!
Research is vital. The field is still growing and developing so you will want to get the best information you can before you write your piece.
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