Its the predisposition to posit the supernatural over the natural that, in my opinion, is the problem. By moving to non-rational explanations you establish a pattern which allows you to be more easily tricked. Conan Doyle had the same problem id i recall correctly - no immediate logical explantion that he could see - bingo! he concludes mediums and spirtualists have access to the other realms.
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