Scientists & Researchers

University mathematics teacher and parapsychologist (1889-1975) who was discovered after his death to have faked his seemingly dramatic successes with telepathy experiments during the 1940s and 1950s.

American physicist who has carried out psi research, notably in remote viewing, with an emphasis on seeking physical correlates to psi performance.  

American neuroscientist and naturopathic physician who has performed successful psi experiments in distant interactions.

Rex Stanford (1938-2022) was an American psychologist and parapsychologist known for his influential Psi-mediated Instrumental Research (PMIR) model.

Nineteenth-century journalist, author, social reformer and medium, author of Letters from Julia (1909), automatic writings said to contain communications from a deceased friend on the subject of afterlife conditions. 

Philosopher who has carried out psi research in Germany and Britain, principally on mind-matter effects and precognition.

British psychologist who has carried out parapsychological research emphasizing the role played by the environment in psi expression. 

Canadian-born psychiatrist based at the University of Virginia, best known for his pioneering work on the phenomenon of past life memories among young children, as described in his landmark study Twenty Cases Suggestive of Reincarnation.

Scottish physicist (1828-1887) who was interested in psychical research and co-authored The Unseen Universe (1875), a much-discussed attempt to reconcile modern physics with Christianity.

Australian psychologist and parapsychologist who uses innovative statistical and methodological approaches to help understand both normal and anomalistic psychology.