This Week in Parapsychology

New Year, new Koestler Parapsychology Unit website. And new blog and weekly parapsychology news round-up. Ta-dah!

Medium-Eva-Carriere-1912Felix Circle: The Felix circle claim they have photographed physical phenomena of mediumship. It would be interesting to hear whether magicians are impressed. Click here.

Alternative medicine: Emeritus Professor of Complementary Medicine at Exeter University, Edzard Ernst, has listed his top ten tips to improve alternative medicine. Many apply to psychic claims too. My favourite is number 1 – consumers should become better BS detectors. Click here.

Ouija boards: Afraid of ouija boards? You shouldn’t be. Hayley Stevens, skeptical paranormal investigator, explains why. Click here.

Alvarado report: Carlos Alvarado, who obtained his Psychology PhD at the KPU under Bob Morris’s supervision, has had a prolific year of blogging. Here is his end-of year report: Click here.

Cat dowsing: And the weirdest paranormal story of the week? Has to be cat dowsing, tweeted by SPR. Click here.

2015 is the 30th Anniversary of Robert L. Morris taking up the Koestler Chair of Parapsychology at Edinburgh University. Follow this blog to find out about events we will hold to mark the occasion.

About Caroline Watt

Prof Caroline Watt is a founder member of the Koestler Parapsychology Unit.
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