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Welcome to Ghost Project Canada.  This research project has been designed to gather all stories of supernatural and mysterious phenomena in Canada, with an eye to a geographical and statistical analysis, in order to determine the type, frequency, location and intensity of paranormal events experienced by Canadians.  Though the primary focus is on Canadian stories at present, American, UK,  and Irish stories are also welcome since this project will expand to include those countries next.

If you wish to submit a story, no matter how insignificant, please email ghostprojectcanada@gmail.com, leave it here on this site, or on our Facebook page.  Confidentiality is assured.  Be as precise as possible as to details, particularly locations, but if it is necessary to disguise identities or names of buildings etc, please identify the changes made as such.  For instance, instead of Mary Beckingswitch living at Wentworth Gardens Apartments, Halifax can be changed to be Mrs. Jones living in a high rise apartment in North End Halifax, just identify which elements have been disguised.

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A BRIEF REVIEW OF THE PARAPSYCHOLOGICAL PHENOMENON OF PSYCHOKINESIS

Abstract This article was completed as part of the requirements for the Rhine Education Center’s Theories of Psi course. It provides a brief historical background for the parapsychological phenomenon of psychokinesis (PK), explores the current theoretical and mechanical components of PK, discusses measurement and observational techniques used by parapsychologists, and suggests areas in which further … Continue reading A BRIEF REVIEW OF THE PARAPSYCHOLOGICAL PHENOMENON OF PSYCHOKINESIS

‘Maybe death isn’t the end’: can a TV series prove the existence of an afterlife?

https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2021/jan/07/surviving-death-netflix-tv-series?CMP=share_btn_tw In the Netflix docuseries Surviving Death, a ‘non-believer’ film-maker explores the possibility that something else might be waiting for us at the endRadheyan SimonpillaiThu 7 Jan 2021 07.10 GMT The Netflix docuseries Surviving Death has no shortage of paranormal activity. Mediums call on the dead. Seances try to manifest them. People claim to be reincarnated actors, … Continue reading ‘Maybe death isn’t the end’: can a TV series prove the existence of an afterlife?

Biases Continue to Haunt Parapsychological Research

By Elliott K. Van Dusen December 26, 2020 A recent study published in the November-December 2020 issue of Explore (Volume 16, Issue 6) highlights one of the many contemporary challenges faced by parapsychological researchers. Dr. Bethany Butzer’s study “Bias in the evaluation of psychology studies: A comparison of parapsychology versus neuroscience”, explores how confirmation bias can easily … Continue reading Biases Continue to Haunt Parapsychological Research

Ghost Project Canada: The Value of Phenomenological Research Design Projects

By Elliott K. Van Dusen   Ghost Project Canada is a phenomenological research design project managed by parapsychologists Dr. Darryll Walsh and Dr. Elliott Van Dusen. Ghost Project Canada is mandated to collect encounters of the supernatural and other mysterious phenomena. Geographical and statistical analysis will be conducted including the extrapolation of trends, hotspots and … Continue reading Ghost Project Canada: The Value of Phenomenological Research Design Projects

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