The Rhine in the Media
Andy Wright is a freelance writer who recently wrote an article for the Pacific Standard magazine. The article, A Skeptic Meets a Psychic is about Andy's experieriences when she visits a psychic for the first time.
The article includes quotes from Rhine Executive Director John G. Kruth and Kathe Martin, a medium who has spoken at Rhine events in the past.
Monday, July 28th at 8pm on PARANATION RADIO!
Rhine Executive Director, John G. Kruth,will be featured tonight on PARANATION Radio. The interview will include discussions of current research work at the Rhine, the connections between Rhine and the paranormal community, and other interesting topics.
Join John and Alex Matsuo ONLINE at 8pm. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/paranation/2014/07/29/interview-with-john-g-kruth-of-the-rhine-research-center
Dr. Sally Rhine Feather at the Durham Library: July 22nd
On Tuesday, July 22nd at 7pm, Dr. Sally Rhine Feather will be speaking at the Durham County Library. Dr. Feather will be discussing her book, The Gift, which chronicles a number of cases that have been collected by the Rhine over the past few decades. Please join Durham and the Rhine to hear Sally speak on this interesting topic!
For more information, click to see the details on the library website.
INDY Week Features the Rhine on May 14th
The free magazine, INDY Week presents a full 3 page article on the Rhine that includes a peek into history, a review of some research work, and a view of the Rhine community. It includes bent spoons, ping pong balls, and an insider's view of the scientific research.
Pick up your own copy of the INDY or you can read the article online.
Poltergeists and the Rhine on Mysteries at the Museum
Rhine Executive Director, John G. Kruth is featured on the Travel Channel's historical show Mysteries at the Museum. The story of a poltergeist investigation from 1958 is related. The Seaford Case, as it came to be known, captured the attention of the nation and was investigated by the Duke Parapsychology Labs. You can see a short clip of this segment by clicking here.
Mysteries at the Museum Features The Rhine
The Rhine is featured in the Travel Channel's Mysteries at the Museum. A historical story of Lady Wonder, the reputed Psychic Horse is featured in a segment that includes an interview in the Rhine Museum of Parapsychology.
You can see the segment here:
January 25, 2014
The Durham Herald-Sun Features the Rhine
The Explore Durham feature of the Durham Herald-Sun features the Rhine this week. Take a minute to read the article at: http://www.heraldsun.com/durhamherald/x1385730400/Exploring-Durham
December 2, 2013
The Rhine at the Durham Public Library
Executive Director John G. Kruth and Director Emeritus Sally Rhine Feather were joined by long time Rhine associates Larry Burke and Mara Bishop for a talk at the Durham Public Library. This talk discussed the history of the Rhine in Durham, current research work, and cases that have been studied or represented at the Rhine. There was a GREAT question & answer session and it is really a nice forum.
You can see the entire recording of this talk at this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yg4mBdNIkHs&feature=share&list=PLYXerNIHVSXb6WWagjf6Ix--UW-dEynyl&index=14
November 11, 2013
Rhine Executive Director On The Psi Show
Executive Director of the Rhine, John G. Kruth, was featured on The Psi Show, an online radio program that focuses on the paranormal and parapsychology. The show was broadcast at 7pm Eastern on Monday, November 11.
Joe Rogan Questions Everything on the SyFy Channel Features the Rhine
Joe Rogan, comedian and entertainer, features the Rhine in a show about Psychic Spies that aired on the SyFy channel. The full first segment involves an interview with Executive Director John G. Kruth and a demonstration of the Bioenergy Lab at the Rhine.
Discovery News Features the Rhine!
Glenn McDonald of Discovery News asks Whatever Happened to Parapsychology?
May 13, 2013
Executive Director of the Rhine Research Center gives an interview on WCOM-FM radio to discuss his background, research, and the Rhine. You can hear the interview by clicking this link.