Paranormal and transcendent phenomena aroused interest and fascination in all civilizations, cultures and historical periods. They have been the subjectof concern for religion, philosophy, the arts, and occult learning muchmore than for science. The scientific research of them has been initiated with the establishment of parapsychology, and only recently they became the subject of serious research in well-established disciplines from physics and physiology to psychology. In our country the systematic research of paranormal and transcendent phenomena has been missing so far. In the present study, a special questionnaire has been applied in order to discover, how the respondents (the sample was roughly representative for Slovene population) rated the probability of the existence of listed paranormal and transcendent phenomena, how they categorize them and also, how their rating and appraisals depend on personal characteristics. The results showed a wide range in the adjudged probability of rated phenomena, from the very probable ones (such as presentiments, telepathy, bioenergetic phenomena) to the very improbable (magic, transsubstantiation, vampirism). Multivariate analysis of the ratings yielded dimensions and clusters that roughly resemble the official categorization of paranormal and transcendent phenomena. The results also showed the influence of gender, age and personality traits.