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Blog post on an early SPR investigation

M J Wayland has written about a case from 1885, and how it was treated by the media. read more >>

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'A call for an open, informed study of all aspects of consciousness'

''Frontiers in Human Neuroscience' has published a letter, written by Etzel Cardeña and signed by a large number of academics, entitled 'A call for an open, informed study of all aspects of consciousness.' read more >>

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The Anomalous and Paranormal Activity Inventory

Paranormal experiencers and abductees are being sought to assist with a study by completing the Anomalous and Paranormal Activity Inventory. read more >>

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People in Parapsychology

Carlos Alvarado is conducting a number of interviews with people who have distinguished themselves in the field of parapsychology. read more >>

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'5 Archives on the Modern Metaphysical'

Researcher Christopher Laursen has written about his experiences in several archives, including that of the SPR, for Dissertation Reviews. read more >>

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The All Ireland Para-Con 2014

The All Ireland Para-Con 2014 will take place on 1st and 2nd March 2014 at Malone Lodge Hotel, Belfast. read more >>

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Altered Consciousness, 1918-1980

Registration for the conference 'Altered Consciousness, 1918-1980', at Queen Mary, University of London.16-17 November, is now open: http://altconscious.wordpress.com/registration/ read more >>

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Society for Scientific Exploration - Dinsdale Memorial Award Nominations

The Society for Scientific Exploration has put out a call for nominations for the 2014 Tim Dinsdale Memorial Award. read more >>

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Altered Consciousness, 1918-1980

'Altered Consciousness, 1918-1980' is an interdisciplinary conference taking place in London, 16-17 November 2013. read more >>

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Creating a PEAR Museum

A Kickstarter project is underway to raise funds in order to create an archival museum to preserve, display, and demonstrate the experimental equipment that served as the nucleus of the studies conducted at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research laboratory (PEAR) read more >>

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