G is for ‘Ghosts’. Do Ghosts Exist? An Interview with author and parapsychologist Callum E. Cooper.

Have you ever seen a ghost? Do you believe that ghosts really exist?…and if so, what exactly do we mean by a ‘ghost’?

In an interview with author and parapsychologist Callum E. Cooper, we explore what it is to believe, doubt, and personally experience the presence of ghosts and related paranormal phenomena from both ends of the spectrum of belief. Our interview is almost an hour long, so get yourself a cup of something hot and get comfy if you’re in it for the long haul!

Callum E. Cooper is currently based at the University of Northampton as a PhD researcher

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and lecturer of psychology. He is a member of the Society for Psychical Research, an Academic Member of the Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies and a Student Member of the Parapsychological Association. His fields of interest include parapsychology, the psychology of death, human beliefs, psychological research methods and Egyptology. Cooper holds the 2009 Eileen J. Garrett Scholarship (Parapsychology Foundation Inc) and was awarded the Alex Tanous Scholarship Award (Alex Tanous Foundation for Scientific Research) twice over, first in 2011 and then again in 2012.


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Until Next Week: Can you think of any experiments that would give you enough evidence to believe? I’d love to know if you’ve ever seen a ghost, comment below with your spooky stories!

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4 thoughts on “G is for ‘Ghosts’. Do Ghosts Exist? An Interview with author and parapsychologist Callum E. Cooper.

  1. Diana boles

    Leaning against a rack of fencing in a hardware store is the familiar, misty, smiling yet contemplative figure of a thin man in farmer overalls. He holds a pipe and draws on it from time to time. I often smell his tobacco in other parts of the store without seeing him.
    I often have audio contact. Direct conversation that can be startling. It is a voice that is as normal as yours or mine.
    I have felt the touch of Yeshua on my shoulder while in prayer.

  2. mystic1muse

    Actually, we’re all “ghosts.” That is to say, there is always present the “ghost” or ethereal side of us which is integrated with our thoughts, emotions, and spirituality. And I can say that I am and have been a “ghost.” We all enter a psychic world in sleep but people rarely remember. I’ve occasionally remembered, and I recall an experience that correlated with external events and so becomes absolutely convincing beyond question.

    1. writerlauren Post author

      Hello, thank you for your comment. I agree that our ethereal selves continue to exist and the dimension in which we reside when not in a material form can sometimes spill into this dimension. The word ‘ghost’ has all sorts of connotations with it that I think are incorrect. I prefer to think of them as Spirit people.(Which we all will return to being, one day.) x


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