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UFO enthusiasts now have a place to date online

The Amazing Kreskin, world-renowned mentalist, has launched a dating website where people who believe in UFOs, aliens, ghosts, or any other supernatural topic can find like minded people. He is calling it The Amazing Kreskin’s Supernatural Dating Society, and it went live this week.

The website says it is for anyone with “interest in anything that defies a conventional explanation (and I really mean anything).” It notes that many times people keep these sorts of interests secret. It further states, “Makes no difference whether it’s visitations by aliens, haunted houses, extra sensory perception, astrology, mind control, curses, spirit healing, vampires, zombies, prophecy, contacting the dead, mind reading and anything in between.”

Kreskin's dating website.

Kreskin’s dating website.

Kreskin says on the site that many people do not respect people with strange beliefs, so he is doing his part to get like minded people together.

In an interview with Cosmopolitan, Kreskin went into more detail about the site. He said that many people expressed interest in the paranormal and wanted to meet others to participate in activates such as ghost hunting and UFO spotting. Although he says he does not believe in “alien landings,” he says he has talked to many people about UFOs.

He told Cosmopolitan, “The other area, which is gigantic, is the UFO area. There are people who would like to go to sites — and listen, I don’t happen to believe in alien landings, but some people do. As far as UFOs, I talk to too many pilots that have had planes tracked; they told me stories; they said, ‘Kreskin, if we went back and made this public, we’d probably lose our jobs because the company would say, ‘You’re acting crazy,” or what have you. They want to go with someone they know feels the same way.”

The Amazing Kreskin with the Huffington Post Weird News crew at New York's City Crab during Kreskin's 80th birthday celebration. (Credit: Huffington Post Weird News)

The Amazing Kreskin with the Huffington Post Weird News crew at New York’s City Crab during Kreskin’s 80th birthday celebration. (Credit: Huffington Post Weird News)

Kreskin says he is too busy to date himself. He says he travels the world and has never had time to settle down. He turned 80 recently, but he says if he had settled down, he would have had plenty of children.

Although he might not be on the site dating, he says he will make regular contributions. He says, “I’m going to make some commentary every week or two on what seems to be the dominant thing people are wanting to read about, whether it’s a UFO thing or something else, and then I can give my own experiences and so forth. I like to keep on top of things.”

When asked if there are certain types of people who visit his site that should be careful because they might not make a good match, Kreskin had a warning for people who believe they may have been visited by aliens. He said, “It would not be as good a match if someone felt they had been visited by an alien and then they met someone who is interested in mainly telepathic phenomena, where they’re able to perceive thoughts of people that they know at a distance, because one of the areas, the aliens, is somebody else coming into their mind or life. Whether they’re influencing them or controlling them. The other person is not interested in someone coming into their life and controlling them if they’re interested in someone they can communicate with mentally or telepathically or what have you. So one could be a contradiction to the other and it could cause a conflict. I’m not advising people on who to meet and who not to meet. This is part of the excitement of life. But sometimes, I would maybe give them a warning.”

I am not quite sure what he meant there, but perhaps someone who has had an alien experience would. Either way, his dating site is reasonably priced. It is around $15 (US) a month for a Premium membership and $20 for VIP.

I went on the site to see if there are people registered yet, and there seem to be quite a few. Although, some of the users I suspected are not real and seeded there to get things started. For instance, one lady says she has already met people “sexually and socially” on the site, even though it has only been active for a few days. Either she works really fast, or her profile is meant to inspire supernatural daters, or both.

Incidentally, my profile was rejected. It could be because I listed myself as a writer who was just checking out the site, or there could be some larger conspiracy afoot. Fortunately, I am spoken for. I do my supernatural dating at UFO conferences.

If you want to initiate some supernatural online dating, visit Kreskin’s site at: amazingkreskinsupernaturaldatingsociety.com.

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2 comments

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    I hope there are some hybrid hotties on there.

  2. avatar

    THIS IS A REVIEW OF GEORGE NOORYS PARANORMAL DATE. Caveat emptor. Noory’s site is expensive and pretty much useless. As you know the spectrum of “paranormal” subjects covered is broad. Nowhere in the questionnaire are there any questions that would indicate what subjects the potential contact is interested in. In addition to the monthly cost, just about anything you need for this to work requires an extra monthly fee. Things like, other people can see my messages I send to them. Just another Noory rip off from “The Talent”, as he refers to himself, on C2C.

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