Investigating the Paranormal in Scotland

Welcome all to our 2020-21 Lecture Programme



The SSPR is proud to launch our new Lecture Programme for 2020 – 2021!

It’s time to join the society / renew your membership!

This year the Society’s Annual Programme has a theme:

Life ~ Unlimited?’  


2020 SEPTEMBER the 17th: Mishka Lessnau – Psychic Potential: Tarot, Runes; Feelings & Dreams

2020 OCTOBER the 15th: It Happened to Me – Real Ghost Stories for Hallowe’en

2020 NOVEMBER the 19th: Dr Cal Cooper – ESP and Sensory Deprivation

2020 DECEMBER the 17th: Paranormal Presents – a Selection of Short Talks

2021 JANUARY the 21st: Annual General Meeting and Cases Review

2021 FEBRUARY the 18th: Ann Treherne – Arthur and Me

2021 MARCH the 18th: Demonstration of Mediumship Fundraiser

2021 APRIL the 15th: Dr Stephen Bostock – Alien Life

2021 MAY the 20th: Dr David Hamilton – Archie E Roy Lecture

For the foreseeable future, our talks will be presented online – via ZOOM – with links available to members, sent by email – and Visitors can sign up for individual talks for £5! Details on the Future Lecture Page / SSPR on Facebook!

They will take place, at the usual time and date, 3rd Thursday of each month, from 7.30pm – just not the usual place!

Our talks normally take place in The Glasgow Theosophical Society, 17 Queens Crescent, Glasgow, G4 9BL.

The SSPR Council envisage our Meetings being virtual until at least the End of 2020, when we will review the situation and consider Government Guidelines at the beginning of 2021. 


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. But will return soon with a Vigil! Join to find out more!

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 2020-21)     Visitors £5

2 thoughts on “Investigating the Paranormal in Scotland”

  1. Would it be possible to become a member now that it’s past October deadline? I was looking to come along to the Fungus and Folklore talk on 21st November and pay the fees on the night but not sure if this is acceptable. I would appreciate any info on this enquiry.

    Many thanks
    Fay Strachan


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