The present study was designed to determine whether the relationship between narcissistic personality and paranormal belief identified by Tobacyk and Mitchell (1987) could be replicated with a general population, and to see whether the effect could be found with a narrower definition of paranormal beliefs (Thalbourne and Delin, 1993) that focuses only on belief in psychic phenomena. Seventy-five participants completed the Narcissistic Personality Inventory and two measures of paranormal belief, the Paranormal Belief Scale and the Australian Sheep-Goat Scale. There was no relationship between narcissism and Paranormal Belief Scale scores, but narcissism and Australian Sheep-Goat Scale scores were significantly positively correlated. Of the three subscales to the Australian Sheep-Goat measure, scores for narcissism correlated with belief in ESP and PK but not in Life after death. These relationships were interpreted in terms of need for control.