You are the type of Skeptic I incounter time and time again, shouting the same things as the ones before you (pseudoscientific studies) nothing will even be good enough because the paranormal does not fit into the physical laws.
A true Skeptic will indeed be open minded to except other possiblitys when all fails, but the majority of worldly claimed skeptics (in reality) are point blank ingorant to fact and think that us believers in other demisions are loonys and are one big joke for even thinking such thoughts. are you one of them???
So just by uttering the word "pseudoscientific" you jump to the conclusion that nothing will ever be good enough for me? Do you reject that there is such a thing as pseudoscience? Do you understand why scientific studies need to have several safe-guards, like controls and double-blinding? In fact they do it in all science, it's not just concerning the paranormal that the so-called closeminded skeptics call for proper testing procedures, it's with every single trial ever conducted by a scientist out there, otherwise their data will end up flawed, often reflecting the bias of the researcher.
And no, I don't think people who believe in ghosts are loonies. I do think however that believers who complain that their favorite beliefs are not accepted in the scientific community very often haven't the faintest clue what constitutes good or bad evidence and can't distinguish between pseudoscience and actual science, and instead just side with any self-proclaimed scientist who offer results they like to hear. Of course there's nothing wrong with ignorance in itself, as we all are ignorant in some fields. But when people go on anti-science tirades, I think it would be healthy if they at least tried to learn about what they are attacking, and try to understand how it works, how new ideas get accepted or rejected instead of conjuring up negative attributes to science or conspiracy theories, in puzzlement over why their favorite beliefs are not accepted.