By the way, I justed wanted to point out a new site I've added to the links in the sidebar. What's the Harm? is a site dedicated to exposure all the injurious consequences of various pseudoscience and woo. It's easily worth a couple hours of your time, so check it out.
For a taste of the contents, here's a link to an article on there discussed something called facilitated communication. Those of us who work with the mentally disabled run into this bit of gobbledygook quite frequently - it's the process by which a "helper" tries to get an autistic person* to spell out words by putting a stylus in the disabled person's hand and then "supporting" it as he or she suddenly, miraculously, is able to use the stylus to type words out on a keyboard. It's essentially the same effect as using a ouija board, only substituting a human victim for the planchette. Amazingly, it appears that the disabled victims are always exactly as smart and knowledgeable as the person "supporting" their hand. FC chicanery has also resulted in more than a couple family-destroying sexual abuse claims.
*Sometimes people with other disabilities are exploited in this way, but the severely autistic are at particular risk by they generally possess extraordinarily poor communicative abilities.