"Personally I prefer to consider the word of the scientific man who is sacrificing his time, his health and his reputation in the effort to solve a persistent mystery, than the snap judgment of a professional conjurer."
♦ Boyce Batey, B.A. ♦ James E. Beichler, Ph.D ♦Jacquelyn A. Close ♦Rick Darby ♦ Stephen H. Hall, B.GS. ♦ Alan Hugenot, D.Sc. ♦ Lee E. Lawrence, CPA ♦ John Franklin Miller III, Ph.D. ♦ Karin Nemri, A.S., C.S.C.
♦ Rev. Harry L. Serio, D.Min. ♦ David Stang, J.D. ♦ William E. Wilson, J.D.
ASCS Advisory Council
♦ Stafford Betty, Ph.D. ♦ Edward R. Close PhD, PE, SFSPE ♦ Larry Dossey, M.D. ♦ Suzanne R. Giesemann ♦ Jean Houston, Ph.D. ♦ Stanley Krippner, Ph.D. ♦ Lawrence LeShan, Ph.D. ♦ Raymond A. Moody Jr., M.D., Ph.D., ♦ Vernon M. Neppe, M.D., Ph.D, BN&NP, FRSSAf, DFAPA ♦ Anne Puryear, D.D. ♦ Herb Puryear, Ph.D. ♦ Charles T. Tart, Ph.D. ♦ John W. White, M.AT.
Welcome to the
Garland Memorial Library*
A project of the Academy for Spiritual and
Consciousness Studies, Inc
Resources for researchers, reporters, authors, and all those seeking
the existence, form, and destiny of their spirit selves.
is named in honor of Pulitzer-Prize-winning author Hamlin Garland.
The author of more than 50 books and recipient of several honorary
titles from prestigious institutions, Garland was a total disbeliever in psychic phenomena when he was asked to become a researcher for the American Psychical Society. His dedication, honesty, perspiscacity, and clear reporting make him an ideal role model for those laboring to find and promote the truth about psychic phenomena. Click here for further information about Garland.