There is nothing abnormal about believing in the paranormal. If the supernatural exists then it is logical to assume that paranormal phenomena are real.
Since I already believe that there is a spiritual world beyond this world, paranormal phenomena make perfect sense to me. I believe that the spiritual world is just as real as this world. In fact, according to my Baha'i beliefs, this physical world is just a shadow stretching out, a mere reflection of the spiritual world.
“The spiritual world is like unto the phenomenal world. They are the exact counterpart of each other. Whatever objects appear in this world of existence are the outer pictures of the world of heaven.”
The Promulgation of Universal Peace, p. 10
It makes perfect sense to me, too, but it didn't always, and I spent most of my life confused and terrified by what I could see, hear, and feel that no one else I knew could. Over the last 15 years, I've met a few other mediums my age, close to my age, or older than me who had similar experiences as mine when they were younger. I'm glad I met them and connected with them, and I'm grateful that one of them has become a close friend and mentor to me. I'm also pleased that, over the last two decades or so, belief in the paranormal has become more acceptable in society (see my post here). I'm especially relieved that my 19-year-old daughter, whose psychic medium abilities almost rival mine, will not have to face the painful obstacles that I faced with my psychic medium abilities when I was younger. My other children have varying degrees of the four Clairs, but their abilities aren't as strong and potent as mine and those of my 19-year-old daughter. I taught them to accept and control their abilities instead of letting their abilities control them.