ASSAP: Paranormal Research
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Over 30 years researching

ASSAP was founded on 10 June 1981. Founders included well known authors Hilary Evans and Jenny Randles as well as Fortean Times editor Bob Rickard and scientists Drs Hugh Pincott and Vernon Harrison.

Corporate views

ASSAP has no corporate views. Views or opinions expressed by members are theirs alone. We do, however, actively promote the scientific method.

Seriously

ASSAP, investigating the weird seriously (and the seriously weird) since 1981.

 

ASSAP is a scientifically-orientated educational and research charity and learned society dedicated to a better understanding of anomalous phenomena. As well as education, we carry out investigations and research.

Anomalous phenomena divide broadly into four areas: psychic phenomena (ghosts, telepathy, mediumship, etc.), Fortean phenomena (cryptozoology, fish falling from the sky, etc.), Earth Mysteries (leys, archaeoastronomy, etc.) and UFOs. For a more extensive list see our FAQ.

As part of our educational remit, this website includes lots of practical information such as:

Also, we undertake training for paranormal investigators.

Corporate status

We are a registered charity (327422) and company limited by guarantee (2075226). Registered office is at ASSAP, Unit 36, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8PN. For more information on our status, see FAQ.

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Neither ASSAP, nor any authors contributing to this website, are responsible for any action by readers as a result of reading information on this website. Readers should not regard the information given on this website as constituting advice for any action on their part.

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More information

  • For ASSAP's aims and objectives see here
  • For more information about the status of ASSAP see FAQ.
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  • For a history of ASSAP see here.

Web site credits

Webmaster: Maurice Townsend (additions / corrections here )

Most photos: Val Hope and Maurice Townsend (all are copyright)

Drawings (including ASSAP logo): Wendy Milner

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