Parapsychology Foundation Lecture Feb. 22: Andrea Fodor Litkei

Andrea Fodor Litkei, author, artist, musician and daughter of famed psychical researcher, journalist and psychoanalyst, Dr. Nandor Fodor, will give a talk as part of the Perspectives Lecture series.

WHERE and WHEN: Wednesday, February 22, 7:30pm, at the New York Open Center at 22 East 30th Street in Manhattan.

DONATION: $10 at the door

RSVP: 1-212-628-1550

From the email I received about the event:

“Dr. Nandor Fodor wrote and lectured extensively on parapsychology and psychical research, particularly on poltergeist phenomena. He collaborated often with PF’s founder, medium, Eileen J. Garrett most notably in the investigation of the Ash Manor Ghost case. Amidst myriad publications, perhaps Dr. Fodor is best known for his Encyclopedia of Psychic Science and the Haunted Mind. Following an illustrious career in journalism and psychical research as a psychoanalyst he achieved international recognition with his many publications one with an introduction contributed by Dr. Sigmund Freud.

His daughter, Andrea Fodor Litkei has had an equally multifaceted career. An award winning poet, artist and musician her credits include soloist and Prima Ballerina with the Metropolitan Opera, an original screenplay, a solo painting exhibit in New York, and lectures and publications in parapsychology.

Mrs. Litkei will generously share her insights and conclusions drawn from her father’s and her own career paths.

Dr. Lawrence LeShan, a long time friend and colleague of Parapsychology Foundation, has graciously agreed to share in a free flowing discussion following Mrs. Litkei’s presentation. His most recent published work is A New Science of the Paranormal: The Promise of Psychical Research.

EVP Experiment at the Rhine Research Center

This call for volunteers came in my email:

“The Rhine Research Center is looking for a number of participants to take part in a study on “electronic voice phenomena” (voice-like sounds that can be heard on audio recordings (such as recordings made on tape-recorders or digital voice recorders) that were not heard at the time that the recording was made). The study is taking place at the Rhine Research Center in Durham and will run for the next few weeks. The study comprises filling out a questionnaire and listening to a series of examples of EVPs and noting down what you hear (this part takes approximately 30 minutes). If you take part, you would also receive a small payment ($6) to thank you for your time.”

“The study takes place at the Rhine, on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, and last about 1 hour. If you would like to participate in this study, please contact for more information.”

The picture is of Attila von Szalay, an early EVP investigator.