Benjamin Radford

Benjamin Radford (born October 2, 1970) is a writer, investigator, and deputy editor of the skeptic magazine Skeptical Inquirer. He is also a co-host of MonsterTalk, a podcast, which critically examines the science and folklore behind cryptozoological (and legendary) creatures such as Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and werewolves. MonsterTalk won the 2012 Parsec podcast award for the “Best Fact Behind the Fiction” category.

He has written seven books and over a thousand articles and columns on a wide variety of topics including urban legends, “unexplained” mysteries, the paranormal, critical thinking, mass hysteria, and media literacy. In his position as Research Fellow with the non-profit educational organization Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, Radford characterizes himself as one of the world's few science-based paranormal investigators, and has done first-hand research into psychics, ghosts and haunted houses; exorcisms, miracles, Bigfoot, stigmata, lake monsters, UFO sightings, reincarnation, crop circles, and other topics. He regularly speaks at universities and conferences across the country about his research, and presented at the American Folklore Society’s 2011 annual conference on Folklore of the Chupacabra.

Radford has appeared on CNN, The History Channel, the National Geographic Channel, the Learning Channel, CBC, BBC, ABC News, The New York Times, and many other outlets.

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Benjamin Radford - Selected Bibliography
... Radford, Benjamin (2003), Hoaxes, Myths, and Manias Why We Need Critical Thinking, Amherst, N.Y ... Radford, Benjamin (2003), Media Mythmakers How Journalists, Activists, and Advertisers Mislead Us, Amherst, N.Y. 324, ISBN 1-59102-072-7, http// Radford, Benjamin Nickell, Joe (2006), Lake Monster Mysteries Investigating the World's Most Elusive ...

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