Friday, August 21, 2009
For 'something a little different' here's an interview with NPR contributor Stacy Horn, the author of Unbelievable. This is the fascinating story of Duke University's Parapsychology Laboratory, which for decades was the place for scientific research into anomalous phenomena. Unfortunately, the lab did not survive the departure of its founder, Dr. Rhine -- in a sense, Stacy's book is recovered history, as the lab's research went from being very well known to being virtually unknown almost overnight. The Rhine story, indeed, is so compelling that Stacy's book has been contracted to be made into a film...
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