Welcome all to our 2022-23 Lecture Programme
The SSPR is proud to launch our new Lecture Programme for 2022 – 2023!
It’s time to join the society / renew your membership!
2022 SEPTEMBER the 15th: Lauren Robertson – ‘Mediums: Allies of Science in the Search of Consciousness’
2022 OCTOBER the 20th: It Happened to Me – Real Ghost Stories for Hallowe’en
2022 NOVEMBER the 17th: In Person Event Cancelled. Online only event. Alan Murdie has rescheduled to speak for November 2023.
2022 DECEMBER the 15th: Derek Doran – ‘Most Haunted: 20 Years on TV’
2023 JANUARY the 19th: Annual General Meeting and Cases Review
2023 FEBRUARY the 16th: Scott Lyall: ‘Bigfoot – The Latest Evidence’
2023 MARCH the 16th: Lynne & Gary Knight – ‘Bannockburn House’
2023 APRIL the 20th: Michael McCann – ‘Photographs: Paranormal or Not’
2023 MAY the 18th: Tricia Robertson in conversation with Gordon Smith This will be held at the Glasgow Association of Spiritualists, 6-7 Somerset Place, Glasgow, g3 7JT. Members free but for non-Members, Tickets available via Eventbrite.
Our talks take place in The Glasgow Theosophical Society, 17 Queens Crescent, Glasgow, G4 9BL. Talks will be livestreamed on Zoom for Members and Visitors who don’t want to be / or can’t be there in person.
WHO WE ARE
The Scottish Society for Psychical Research, is a registered Scottish educational charity. It was founded in 1987 by the late Prof Archie Roy, an Emeritus Professor of Astronomy at Glasgow University.
The Society is the largest & oldest continuous organisation in Scotland dedicated to investigating the Paranormal.
We have a monthly lecture programme which runs from September to May: on the 3rd Thursday of the Month at The Glasgow Theosophical Society (Theosophy House) at 7.30 pm.
Our Investigation Group Meetings are taking a break at the moment.
All are welcome to attend and we pride ourselves on being a friendly group.
The Society itself holds no corporate view on the reality or nature of ‘the paranormal’ and we welcome believers, sceptics and critical thinkers alike.
Members (Attendees pay no entrance fee for 2022-23) Visitors £5