New Website, Rhine Research Center, New Books
*** The Rhine Research Center in Durham, North Carolina, is making a come-back. The Center boasts the oldest continuously operating parapsychological research program in the United States. Founded by and named for J. B. Rhine, the Center is now run by Dr. Rhine’s plucky 81-year-old daughter, Sally Rhine Feather, Ph.D. Her father introduced laboratory science into parapsychology research, and coined the now widely-used term “extra-sensory perception,” or ESP. To find out more about the Rhine Research Center, go to their website at www.rhine.org.
*** Two books of mine came out this week. Near-Death Experiences: The Rest of The Story is now available at any bookstore or can be ordered by them. You can also get copies at amazon.com and through my online catalog (if you want an autographed copy). This book will be very controversial. If you want to know why, get a copy and read it. Among the reasons for the book is to take near-death research to the next level. We cannot call near-death states spiritual experiences if we are not willing to address what that might be saying. The second book, a complete surprise to me, is the availability of I Died Three Times in 1977 - The Complete Story as an e-book or a real, printed book, complete with “before” and “after” photographs. This is available through my website, Lulu.com, or on Amazon's Kindle.