Ghost hunter spooks campus

Christina Oddo
Arts & Life Editor

On Nov. 6, Rich Robbins, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, spoke of the supernatural, the evidence supporting and dismissing the existence of ghosts and the presence of other related phenomena. He also spoke of ghost hunting. His annual talk, “Ghosts and Hauntings: Decide for Yourself” had been rescheduled due to Hurricane Sandy.

Robbins attended the University of Nevada, Reno, and holds a master’s degree in experimental psychology, as well as a doctorate degree in social psychology. Robbins has had more than 80 professional presentations at academic conferences, and has been published on several occasions.

Robbins is also a certified parapsychologist, has participated in many ghost hunts and has been interviewed by the media regarding his work with supernatural phenomena. 

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