Scientists & Researchers

British psychologist and parapsychologist who has conducted research in ESP and  DMILS (direct mental interaction with living systems).  

German philosopher and psychologist (1867-1947) credited with originating the term ‘parapsychology’. During his early career he experimented successfully with telepathy, but later became a vocal sceptic.

British author and psi investigator (1890-1986), noted for a robustly critical approach that often brought him into conflict with colleagues. 

Rosemary Dinnage (1928-2015), a journalist and author, was named by The Observer in 2011 as one of Britain's top 300 intellectuals. Dinnage had an active in interest in parapsychology...

Oxford classics professor (1893-1979), an authority on supernatural beliefs in antiquity. His 1934 paper ‘Why I Do Not Believe in Survival’ has been frequently cited.

In later life, the creator of Sherlock Holmes became an evangelist for spiritualism. 

German philosopher (1839-1899), a prominent theoretician and proponent of research into postmortem survival, psychic phenomena and the unconscious mind. 

 American philosopher who in 1961 published a major study of psi phenomena, endorsing their existence and arguing that they constitute evidence for postmortem survival. This article describes and critiques his ideas. 

Ramses D’Leon Macias, a graduate student at Mexico’s Universidad UTEL, has carried out psi research in presentiment and psychokinesis.

Professor of philosophy at Rollins College, Orlando, Florida, who has carried out psi research, principally in the area of psychokinesis.