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Afterword: Islands in the Sea: The Public and Private Distribution of Knowledge of Religious Visions

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Experience in searching for historic public religious visions in Spain and in casual conversations on the subject in Spain and the United States suggests that the vast majority of unusual sensory experiences, many relating to the dead, go unreported, that those that do reach the media conform to certain patterns and stimulate other similar events, and that external conditions and media attention cycles make the reporting more or less likely.
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Keywords: Apparitions; Catholicism; Ghosts; Media Selection Bias; Spain; Visions

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-03-01

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