"The study of para- psychology is no simple achievement, in essence because the subject matter of parapsychology tends to evoke extreme reactions in people, either of uncritical, soft-minded gullibility in the paranormal or of unyielding, close-minded skepticism...It is necessary to set aside such narrow pre- conceptions of the subject and consciously strive for a more objective, even handed style of weighing up argument and data on both sides of an issue."
~ Caroline A. Watt
Page 2 - Introduction to Parapsychology, Irwin and Watt
Welcome to the Paranormal Research Group!
Paranormal Research Group
The Paranormal Research Group (PRG) formerlly known as the, "Southern Wisconsin Paranormal Research Group" was founded in Janesville, Wisconsin in 1999 by paranormal researcher, Jennifer Lauer. The organizations focus was to conduct scientific investigations of ghost and haunt phenomena. In 2011, the group removed the "Southern Wisconsin" from it's name; moved it's headquarters to Red Lion, Pennsylvania and progressed from an investigation group to a strictly scientific research and informational based organization.
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Latest Paranormal Research News...
1 / 4 / 2016
HAPPY NEW YEAR!! The researchers of the PRG are currently working on our list of 2016 research goals. We will be posting them over the next month or so along with our accomplishments of 2015.
Thank you all for your support over the past 16 years and your continued support in the future.
Current article accepted by the Journal of Exceptional Experiences and Psychology.
THE LONG AWAITED ARTICLE HAS BEEN PUBLISHED!!!
Exploring the Role of Focused Attention Followed by Non-Focused Attention on a Random Event Generator by Potential Recurrent Spontaneous Psychokinesis Agents.
David S. Schumacher (PRG), Jennifer L Lauer (PRG) & Joey M. Caswell (TAR)
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LATEST BLOG FROM THE PRG!
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- Two recent research papers that PRG collaborated on
ARTICLE 1 Caswell, Carniello, Tessaro, Sidorov, Dotta, Vares, Moga, Pitkanen, Millar, Bajpai, Tressoldi, Kokubo, Lake, Burns, Lehman, Baer, Rouleau, Schumacher, Juden-Kelly, Jarosek, & Ooi. (2014). Conditioning of space-time: The relationship between experimental entanglement, space-memory and consciousness. Journal of nonlocality round table series, Colloquium #4. Journal of Nonlocality 3(2), 1-54. http://journals.sfu.ca/jnonlocality/index.php/jnonlocality/issue/view/8/showToc ABSTRACT: In response to the Vieques 2014 FQXi Conference on the Physics of Information (http://fqxi.org/conference/2014), this colloquium brings together over a dozen neuroscientists, physicists and medical researchers to provide a body of empirical data both supporting and extending the quantum information hypotheses recently advanced by Koch, Tononi and Tegmark. Specifically,…
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The PRG is currently working on several different Parapsychological studies involving mind-matter interactions in various locations and scenarios.
Accepted by the Journal of Exceptional Experiences and Psychology.
The PRG in colaboration with
the TAR team have submitted
a project that deals with two
apparent cases of recurrent
(RSPK), and we explore a
number of theories within
this anomalous area originally
investigated by other TAR
research projects and famous
RSPK researcher Dr. William Roll.
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Our article can be found
on page 41
CLICK HERE for past research articles.
PLEASE NOTE: All information involving the projects above will remain confidential until all studies are completed.