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CBS Drops Skepticism in Sunday Morning Paranormal Segment; CSI Issues Critical Statement

Kendrick Frazier

CBS is one of America’s premier television networks. It practically invented television news. It was the home of Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite. And its ninety-minute Sunday morning news and feature program, appropriately titled Sunday Morning, is likewise well regarded. It tends to emphasize cultural fare such as music, art, film, dance, and lifestyle trends, but whatever it takes on, you can expect it to do a fine job.

That is until its program on March 18, 2018. Oh, it started out promising enough. That particular Sunday’s overall theme was “Genius,” and there was Walter Isaacson talking about Leonardo da Vinci, Steve Jobs, Einstein, and other brilliant people he has chronicled in best-selling biographies. All good.

The most skeptical they got on Geller was that he proved to be “unreliable.”

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