Member Projects

Relevant independent projects being conducted by our members

Council member John Fraser on KTPF Talk Show

SPR Council member and member of the Spontaneous Cases Committee John Fraser will be a guest on KTPF Paranormal Community & Talk Show radio on Sunday 20th December at 8.30 pm. read more >>

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Ken Batcheldor's notebooks donated to the SPR

The SPR recently received an important donation of Ken Batcheldor‘s notebooks describing his numerous table-turning experiments. read more >>

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Professor Chris Roe is president of the Parapsychological Association

SPR Council member Professor Chris Roe has been elected president of the Parapsychological Association. read more >>

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Leonora E. Piper: A Neglected Report

Carlos S Alvarado has published a blog post discussing his note on the medium Mrs Piper which was published in the SPR's Journal. read more >>

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University of Northampton psychologists present scientific research into non-contact healing at Westminster event

Professor Chris Roe, Dr Elizabeth Roxburgh and Charmaine Sonnex recently attended Portcullis House in Westminster, London, to present at an event organised by the Confederation of Healing Organisations (CHO). read more >>

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Book by Dr Zofia Weaver on Franek Kluski

SPR Council member Dr Zofia Weaver has produced a book on Polish medium Franek Kluski, to be published by White Crow Press. read more >>

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Professor Chris Roe on Beyond Belief

Council member and editor of the SPR's Journal, Professor Chris Roe, appears on a recent edition of Radio 4's Beyond Belief. read more >>

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'Dealing With Ghosts: Some friendly advice for journalists, T.V. researchers and writers'

C. J. Romer has written a blog post giving advice to media people wanting to contact experts on psychical research-related matters. read more >>

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Poltergeist experients sought for academic research

SPR member and University of British Columbia PhD candidate Christopher Laursen (Department of History) is conducting historical research into the poltergeist phenomenon in the twentieth century. He is currently seeking people who have personally experienced this phenomenon as part of this research to reflect on what happened and how it impacted their life. read more >>

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'Enchanted Cambridge'

SPR member Dr Andreas Sommer has written a blog post on the fluid boundaries of science, focusing on Cambridge. There are a number of references to the SPR and its members. read more >>

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