Marian Barton has been a member of the Society for Psychical Research for over 50 years. Marian has been on the SPR’s Survival Research Committee for several years and is now the Chairman, and therefore is on the Council of the SPR. Marian worked for over 13 years as Admissions Officer at St Christopher’s Hospice, London and considers that survival is an important aspect of research in the paranormal, as a knowledge that we do survive bodily death can help those bereaved. Marian has also been a member of The Theosophical Society for over 50 years and has given Workshops and lectures on aspects of the paranormal at their Summer Schools.
Survival Research Committee
Distributes a legacy from Henry B. Tate, of Tate & Lyle, to support research on the question of the survival of human mind and personality after death, including, as stipulated in the will, the organisation of two Gwen Tate Memorial Lectures per year
Chairman: Marian Barton