Loyd Auerbach is well-known as a leading expert on ghosts and psychic experience. With a Master's degree in parapsychology, he is Director of the Office of Paranormal Investigations, a Professor at Atlantic University (Virginia Beach, VA) and at JFK University (Pleasant Hill, CA), and creator and instructor of the Certificate Program in Parapsychological Studies at HCH Institute, available both in California and for distance learning. He was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of the Rhine Research Center, and was previously a member of their Advisory Boards. He is the co-author, with the late psychic Annette Martin, of the new book The Ghost Detectives’ Guide to Haunted San Francisco, as well as seven other books on the paranormal, and was a consulting editor and columnist for FATE magazine from 1991-2004.
Auerbach has been conducting guided chocolate tastings for several years and in 2009, he completed a professional chocolatier course. Mid 2012 will see the launch of his book on chocolate, entitled Haunted By Chocolate: How to Go from Chocoholic to Chocolate Gourmet.
Appearing in the second hour, psychic reader and Reiki practitioner, Lisa Barretta, discussed whether consciousness lives on after the death of the physical body, as well as her psychic abilities, and investigations. Parapsychologist and paranormal investigator, Loyd Auerbach, appeared during the third hour. First hour guest, filmmaker and political researcher Alex Jones offered commentary on news related to the presidential campaigns and other current events. ... More »Host: George Noory
Parapsychologist Loyd Auerbach discussed the ins and outs of working with psychics and mediums in ghost investigations, as well as how the media has spawned a paranormal community that is unfortunately quite separate from the scientific parapsychological community. First hour guest, author Marc Seifer talked about higher states of consciousness, and intriguing aspects of psychology. ... More »Host: George Noory
Loyd Auerbach, an expert on ghosts and psychic experience, discussed the field of parapsychology, what it actually covers and how he became involved with it. ... More »Host: George Noory
Parapsychologist Loyd Auerbach (mindreader.com) discussed his field work into various types of ghostly phenomena. While cases he's investigated frequently prove to have prosaic explanations for some or all of the reported phenomena, there is also evidence for the paranormal which falls into different categories which include: conscious entities, imprints and poltergeists, he explained. At the Moss Beach Distillery in Northern California, known for its hauntings by the "Blue Lady," Auerbach said he actually felt a female ghost "walk through him" several times while she giggled and seemed to be deliberately interacting with him. Psychics who accompanied Auerbach confirmed what he was experiencing, he said. Poltergeist activity such as objects flying off shelves has been traced to living humans who release stress or anger in a kind of "subconscious temper tantrum," Auerbach reported. Along those lines he believes that "entities" that arise from Ouija boards and the like, are also sub ... More »Host: George Noory
Loyd Auerbach is Director of the Office of Paranormal Investigations. He is also President of the California Society for Psychical Study, and has been one of the very few parapsychologists active in both psychical research and mentalists and magicians' organizations. For over 22 years, he has been investigating cases of reported paranormal phenomena. ... More »Host: George Noory