Dr. Andrew Nichols
Dr. Andrew Nichols is a psychologist, parapsychologist, and investigator of alleged poltergeist cases and other paranormal phenomena. He is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Parapsychological Association, and the Society for Psychological Hypnosis. He has been a psychology professor for many years and is adjunct faculty (parapsychology) at Santa Fe College (Gainesville, FL). Nichols is listed in Who’s Who in American Teachers. In 2013, he was selected as one of Gainesville’s 27 Most Interesting People by INSITE Magazine.
During his 30 year career, Nichols has investigated more than 600 reported cases of ghosts, hauntings and poltergeists, and conducted studies in telepathy, precognition, and paranormal dream experiences. He has written numerous articles on paranormal experiences for popular magazines such as Fate and his scientific papers on the paranormal have been published in scientific journals such as the Journal of Parapsychology, International Journal of Parapsychology, European Journal of Parapsychology, andProceedings of the Parapsychological Association.
Professor Nichols has presented lectures and workshops on paranormal topics at colleges and conferences throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe. He is the author of Ghost Detective: Adventures of a Parapsychologist, and his work has been featured in many books on paranormal topics.
As a media consultant on paranormal topics, Nichols has appeared on numerous TV and Radio programs in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Japan, including Unsolved Mysteries; 48 Hours; Inside America’s Courts, and was a recurring guest on NBC’s The Other Side. Several television specials have featured Dr. Nichols’ work, including ABC’s The World’s Scariest Ghosts, The Discovery Channel’s Real Ghosthunters and Ghost Detectives, and Beyond Death on A&E.
He has investigated alleged poltergeist disturbances for government agencies and law enforcement, including The United States Army, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Daytona Beach Police Department. In 1999 he was co-recipient of a grant to study haunting and poltergeist cases, the first grant of its kind in the history of psychic research.
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