Bo Gardiner is an environmental analyst, naturalist, writer, and humanist/skeptic organizer. She's a former research hydrologist, EPA consultant, wildlife program director for a national NGO, and TV writer/producer. She holds a B.A. in communications and M.S. in environmental engineering sciences.
The Faith Middleton Show, which airs on Connecticut’s WNPR among other places, recently aired an episode about psychic detectives. If this were a ten-second piece that said “It’s all bullshit,” no problem. If it were a piece exploring why people take them seriously, I’d understand that, too. Turns out it was basically an hour-long infomercial for a group called Find Me, which uses “talented psychics” to help discover missing persons. Read more