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Parapsychology Foundation

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Parapsychology Foundation

The Parapsychology Foundation is a non-profit organisation founded in 1951 by the medium

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[6][3] At one point the organisation owned a conference centre in [3][1] The current executive director is Lisette Coly, granddaughter of Garrett.

Garrett claimed to be a medium and founded the organization with the explicit purpose of scientifically proving the existence of the soul.[4]


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