Scientists & Researchers

Author, musician and paranormal researcher (1950-1990) who became a public figurehead for parapsychology through his many writings, lectures, and radio and television appearances.

American psychologist and parapsychologist (1926-2012) noted for reports of dramatic poltergeist phenomena, which he attributed to unconscious psychokinesis in emotionally disturbed young persons.

British parapsychologist (1952-2018) who in the 1970s reported successful ganzfeld telepathy experiments. The results were later cast in doubt by claims of deception by a prominent sceptic. 

Gary Schwartz is a psychology professor at the University of Arizona who has engaged in mediumship and psi healing research. He is the author of The Afterlife Experiments (2002).

American consciousness researcher, future trends analyst and author.  His experimental research focuses on remote viewing, which he has used to make significant discoveries in the field of archaeology.  

Profile of the pioneering biologist known for his theory of 'morphic resonance' and innovative experiments on telepathic capabilities of humans and animals. 

A significant figure in the early Society for Psychical Research (1845-1936), wife of Henry Sidgwick, its first president.

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.

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. 

René Sudre (1880-1968) was a French science journalist active in psi research during the 1920s.