I am currently a professor of Spanish literature and language. I received my Ph.D. from Yale University; however, I am not an unapproachable academic; far from it. I valued my experience there, but my real passions are teaching, writing, photography, my family, my Paranormal Housewife sisters (see paranormalhousewives.com for a real treat) and of course, all aspects of the paranormal and survival of consciousness.
I started this site as a way for a community of people from all professions, backgrounds, and ages to share their ‘paranormal’ stories and as a resource for all those interested in learning more about the paranormal field in general. It’s an enormously complicated topic, covering the areas of psychology, sociology, literature, popular culture and philosophy. I may have missed a few fields, but I don’t want to discuss yet the complicated relationship between the paranormal and science . . . quantum physics, for example.
The Soul Bank is a place for everyone who has ever had a bizarre experience that seems to point to the survival of the soul. This is also a place to learn about the history and the current debates in the general field of “consciousness research”. I hope we can learn from and enlighten each other.