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I'm a Swedish skeptic focusing on psychics, miracle mongers and other riff-raff who exploit people's psychological needs through conjuring. The Swedish "Garvarn" may be translated "The Laugher", which I see as a fitting representation of my attitude towards people claiming supernatural powers. If you want to comment on my posts, please do so in English. Should you prefer to send me a personal note, you can reach me at email@example.com.
The Garvarn image is stolen from the silent screen film The Man Who Laughs, an adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel l'Homme Qui Rit. It is the character of Gwynplaine, played by Conrad Veidt.