Libraries and Archives
Online Library (hosted within Lexscien - an independent online library)
Members can access the full archive of the SPR's Journals and Proceedings (1884-2011) and Psi Researcher/Paranormal Review (1991 - 2006) housed within Lexscien, an independent online library. A small annual subscription (£18) extends access to the archives of the Journal of Parapsychology and other leading psi research journals.
Further information can be found here: Online Library
Log In or Register at Lexscien (Note: THIS IS A LINK TO AN EXTERNAL WEBSITE)
More recent SPR Journals can be found here.
Vernon Mews Library
Our Library in Vernon Mews is open on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. and at other times (Mon-Fri) by appointment. The Library is also open from 1 p.m. on Lecture days and all day during Study Days. Visitors may consult books on a wide range of psi-related topics, also the Society’s own Journals and Proceedings, as well as journals and magazines, etc. published by other specialist organisations around the world. Members may borrow books contained in the catalogue (see below) in person or by post (please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7937 8984). To purchase or borrow audiotapes of events (where copyright allows), please email email@example.com or call 020 7937 8984
BOOKS HELD IN OUR LIBRARY AT 1 VERNON MEWS
[Handy tip: If you know the Title or Author of the book you want, go straight to 3. Search. If not, look at the lists below (sorted by Genre and Keyword) and then go to the Search for further details.]
OUR AUDIO COLLECTION UP TO APRIL 2017
A number of recordings are available on this site to listen to and download directly from this site. These can be found HERE
Dedicated researchers may also like to visit the Society’s large archive, which is housed in Cambridge University Library.
The archive contains a large number of books, papers, newspaper cuttings and other material relating to psychical topics investigated by the SPR since the nineteenth century. See this list (external link to CUL website), which is incomplete and ends in 1998, but gives a good idea of the contents.