Many people report paranormal experiences following the loss of someone close. Typically, the experiences come in the form of ‘sensing the presence’ of the deceased.
Other experiences can include apparitions, smells, and voices associated with the deceased and sometimes even through to dream interaction.
This talk represents the outcome of a four year-long investigation of 100 people who suffered a personal loss, to explore the benefits of having paranormal experiences during a time of loss, and what natural purposes they serve our health and well-being.
Key research findings will be presented, along with examples of cases investigated, and much more.
Callum Cooper is a Chartered Psychologist with the BPS and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He is a PhD candidate at the University of Northampton and has received numerous grants and awards in parapsychology including the Eileen J. Garrett Scholarship (Parapsychology Foundation, 2009), the Alex Tanous Scholarship Award (Alex Tanous Foundation for Scientific Research, numerous, since 2011) and the Gertrude R. Schmeidler Award (Parapsychological Association, 2014).
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