Pareidolia and mental illness
Is there a mental illness/disorder associated with heightened tendency towards pareidolia or strange interpretations of pareidolia? I'm asking because of cases like Andrew Basiago, this guy and his "sick people on Phobos" and videos like this one. Compared to these, believing that the Face on Mars is artificial looks sane. (Basiago was able to see "two hooded figures abducting a human female" in this. He may need to get laid.)
Usually schizophrenia, but people can find anything they want if they look (and squint) hard enough.
“”It sounds to me as if you want someone to explain things to you.
I'm sorry to say, I'm not in the business of spoon-feeding.
I love this guy, where can I get one?