Dr. Nancy Zingrone will focus on what constitutes evidence for communication from hauntings and apparitions research. Reported but not researched cases will be discussed, including cases that seem to be an attempted communication, as well as well-researched cases that contribute more to the scientific understanding of these experiences. Also discussed will be the evidential importance of corroboration of details in modern cases a la the style of the Society for Psychical Research; the usefulness of a multi-method approach that includes a medium investigator; and the need for more publication of single cases and case collections in the journals of scientific parapsychology.
I want to learn more about ghosts & hautings
I want to learn about after death communication
I want to learn about life after death
Robert Ginsberg, Co-Founder and Vice President at Forever Family Foundation
In an effort to further the research of “afterlife science” and offer support to those who have lost loved ones, Bob co-founded Forever Family Foundation in 2004. This global not-for-profit organization works with scientists, researchers, medical doctors and mediums, who provide evidence that our minds can act independently of our brains and consciousness survives physical death. Bob is currently the vice-president of Forever Family Foundation, directs their medium evaluation certification process, hosts the Signs of Life radio show, and is the editor of Signs of Life magazine
Nancy Zingrone PhD, Research Psychologist at The AZIRE
Nancy L. Zingrone, Ph.D. received his B.A. in Psychology from Mundelein College (not subsumed under Loyola University) in Chicago, an M.S.Ed. in Higher Education with a teaching specialty in psychology from Northern Illinois University, doctoral candidacy in history from Duke University, and a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Edinburgh. Her research has been funded by the Parapsychology Foundation (New York City), the Society for Psychical Research (London, England), the Institut für Grenzgebiete der Psychologie und Psychohygiene (Freiburg, Germany), and more recently by the Bial Foundation (Portugal).
As an adjunct faculty member, Zingrone taught undergraduate courses in parapsychology and statistics at Northern Illinois University and adult education courses at the Field Museum of Natural History in her early career, was an Assistant Professor of Research in the Division of Perceptual Studies in the Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences at the University of Virginia, and more recently the Director of Academic and Administrative Affairs at Atlantic University in Virginia Beach. Currently she teaches basic research methods in psychology to undergraduates, applied statistics to undergraduate and masters students, and history and systems of psychology to masters and doctoral students at Northcentral University online.
Zingrone served as the Director of Publications at the Parapsychology Foundation from 2000 to 2008, volunteered occasionally from 2008 through 2014, and in January 2015 was named the Foundation’s second Research Fellow.
Her research interests include controversy in parapsychology, psychological correlates of exceptional experiences, and history of psychical research.