SPR Supported Projects

Core SPR internal projects and SPR grant supported projects

The SPR in the Northants Herald and Post

The Northants Herald and Post has published an article outlining projects that will be conducted by the University of Northampton's Centre for the Study of Anomalous Psychological Processes with financial assistance from the SPR read more >>

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Paranormal Review Special Report on Preserving the Collections of Parapsychology

The latest issue of the SPR's magazine, Paranormal Review, is a special devoted to the subject of preserving the collections of psychical research and parapsychology. It brings together many of the contributors to a conference on the subject held in Utrecht earlier this year. read more >>

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SPR on Facebook and Twitter

Don't forget you can follow the SPR on Facebook and Twitter! read more >>

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Stephen Braude to receive the SPR’s Myers Memorial Medal

The SPR is proud to recognise Professor Stephen E. Braude’s significant contributions to psychical research with the award of the Society’s prestigious Myers memorial Medal. read more >>

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Progress report on SPR encyclopaedia

Robert McLuhan, editor of the SPR's forthcoming online encyclopaedia, has given an update on its progress. read more >>

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The SPR Psi-Research Encyclopedia

Robert McLuhan has written an article about the SPR's online psi encyclopedia which as its editor he is in the process of developing. read more >>

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Our Psychic Past in Digital Libraries: Library of Exploratory Science

Carlos Alvarado continues his series of articles discussing psychical research and parapsychology in digital libraries by examining Lexscien, which contains the SPR's Proceedings, Journal and magazine Paranormal Review. read more >>

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Paranormal Review: The Magazine of the Society for Psychical Research

With a range of articles, features, readers’ letters, personal experiences, notices, reports and reviews, the Paranormal Review aims to provide a forum for debate on psychical research, parapsychology and related areas.

Previously published as the Society for Psychical Research Newsletter and The Psi Researcher, past editors of the Paranormal Review and its predecessor Psi Researcher have included Dr Sue Blackmore, Dr Jane Henry, Prof. Chris Roe and Dr Nicola Holt. Dr Leo Ruickbie was appointed the new editor in early 2014. From 1988 to 2015 the Production Editor was David Ellis, M.A.


The Paranormal Review is sent free to members of the Society for Psychical Research. It is also available to non-members for a yearly subscription of £20.00, including post and packing. Contact the SPR office: secretary@spr.ac.uk

Back Issues

Members have access to previous editions of The Psi Researcher and Paranormal Review via the online library. Some back issues are also available for purchase at £5.00 per copy, including post and packing within the UK (outside the UK additional postage costs apply). Contact the SPR office: secretary@spr.ac.uk


Readers’ Letters and Personal Experiences

We are always interested to hear from readers with something to report.

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Paranormal Review - Call for Contributions

To mark the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I, the editor of the Paranormal Review would like to receive submissions relating to psychical research and the paranormal during, or in connection with, World War I and its aftermath. read more >>

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William G. Roll and the Old Psychical Research Literature

Carlos S. Alvarado, PhD, Visiting Scholar, Rhine Research Center, has blogged about an article he wrote for the SPR's magazine Paranormal Review on William Roll. read more >>

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