So you've got nothing?
To say that something has no basis of fact scientifically you would require a null hypothesis. Otherwise you're just clattering your gums.
Not believing in something is fine. I've never implied I believed the medium I saw could predict the future because I still don't believe in it, but when there's a lot of strange coincidences all together you get to wonder 'how has he done that?'
Incidentally people on this board read one thing and see something that's not there. They make assumptions that someone believes something, just because a person finds curiosity in that subject. People like that are usually quite dim and narrow minded. An old quote by Mark Twain springs to mind
'It's not the things we don't know that gets us into trouble, it's the things we know for sure that just ain't so'
Enjoy your morning
When I see Penn and Teller perform I think "How do they do that?"
What I don't do is think "They're witches! Genies! Sorcerers! It's genuine magic!"
If you want to look at it scientifically then the onus of proof is on those that claim that they can talk to the dead. It's not up to me to prove they can't.
To date, I've seen zero evidence of anything supernatural that can't be explained by non-supernatural means.
If anyone could, there was a $1m prize on offer from 1964 until 2015 that nobody claimed.