The Psychometry Experiment and PSICAN
The Psychometry Experiment is being conducted independently by Toronto-based historian Chris Laursen with the support of Paranormal Studies & Investigations Canada (PSICAN), for whom Chris volunteers as a writer and researcher. His weekly column, Weird Wednesday, appears on the Paranormal Blog, put together by PSICAN's co-founders Sue Darroch and Matthew Didier, who, along with British Columbia Ghosts & Hauntings Research Society Director Heather Anderson, are supervising this experiment.

PSICAN is also graciously providing this web space for the Psychometry Experiment.

PSICAN is a coverall umbrella group dedicated to the research, study and exploration of topics considered to be "paranormal" within Canada.

PSICAN's goal is to improve the quality and quantity of legitimate research (historical, psychological, sociological and scientific) in all areas of the paranormal. Their goal is to shed light from an agnostic, neutral view on things ranging from UFOs to ghosts and hauntings.

Topics covered by PSICAN and its affiliates include...

  • UFOs and related topics to Ufology
  • Ghosts and Hauntings and related topics
  • Psychic Phenomena and events
  • Cryptozoology
  • Special Human Attributes and Abilities
  • Alternative Sciences

PSICAN has many excellent researchers and investigators as part of their team either directly or through affiliates.

For more information, visit PSICAN's website!