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Windbridge Research Center Videos
What is a Medium?
What Kinds of Things do Mediums Say?
A Survey of Secular American Mediums
Introduction to Mediumship Research
Mediumship under the Microscope: Science and the Afterlife
Windbridge Research Center Director of Research, Julie Beischel, PhD, presented this talk at the 2009 Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) meeting in Charlottesville, VA.It is an excellent introduction to modern mediumship research.
Videos from Other Sources
Passing On (PBS Documentary)
“No matter how you say it, it happens to all of us. Death is as much a part of human existence as is life, yet it remains a mysterious, often taboo subject. Passing On is an original documentary comprised of compelling, sensitive, and personal stories that frankly discuss the topics of death, dying, and end-of-life planning.” (57 min) License: Standard YouTube License
Dissertation Research Presentation
by Angelina Loetschert:
“The Lived Experience of Bereaved Adults with Assisted After Death Communication through a Medium”
© 2014 Angelina M. Loetschert
License: Standard YouTube License
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Literature Review
Part 3: Methodology
Part 4: Results
Part 5: Discussion, Conclusions, References
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