Review of Irving Finkel’s study of ghosts in ancient cultures.
An article exploring olfactory elements reported within after-death communications.
Reflections on twenty-five years of research into Spiritual and Religious Experience within the archive of the Religious Experience Research Centre
What might religious and spiritual experiences be telling us? Are they simply tricks of the mind or might they be telling us something about what ultimate reality, ultimately, is?
What would C.S Lewis have made of what we now call ‘Near-Death Experiences’? Clues from his other writings allow a tantalizing glimpse of what he might have said.
How might psychology contribute to our understanding of religious and spiritual experience?
What kinds of religious, spiritual and mystical experiences might the countryside evoke? Text of a talk I gave to the Churches Fellowship for Psychical and Spiritual Studies, September 4th, 2021
Review of a published collection of papers given at the conference, ‘Is Heaven for Real? Significant Implications of Near-Death Experiences’ held at the University of Winchester in July 2016.
Do Near-Death Experiences ‘prove’ life after death? Where does current research stand and what are the implications for science, philosophy, and religion?
What are orbs? What kinds of unusual lights are these? What might experiences of orbs be telling us? Why has orbs research been dormant for so long? Do orbs ‘prove’ life after death?