Professor Jess

Friday, July 14, 2006

Professor Jessica M. W. Flitey

Welcome to my webpage. Below you will see a list of my publications, which I hope will be of use to researchers and students. I am Professor of Parapsychology and Paranormal Investigation at the University of Duncairn in Scotland, a position I have held since 1995. I have enjoyed a long and tremendously successful academic career and remain a highly respected figure in my field.

My current research is an in-depth case study of Horton Carew, a Dundonian man whom I argue is something of a magnet for paranormal phenomena. My forthcoming monograph, detailed below, will examine some of the many strange events surrounding Mr. Carew and attempt to offer explanations for them. Before my findings are published, I refer interested readers to his weblog, which I encouraged him to set up. Here he keeps a record of his thoughts and feelings regarding his troubled life.


Blessings Be,


My Notable achievements:

  • In 2003 I was appointed Chair of the Board of Trustees of The Highlands and Islands Academic Clairvoyance Association.
  • In 2001 I won the Pillet Gride Award for my essay on the applications of ghee in Vedic Science.
  • In 1999, under my guidance, my department became the first in the world to accept a ghost onto a B.Sc. programme. Harolde Longshankes (1415-1455) became the first spirit ever to graduate from an Institute of Higher Learning, receiving a well-earned 2:2 in Pyramidology. Congratulations Harolde, and good luck with your M. Phil!
  • In 1998 I received the prestigious Bodel Carrack Award for Effort.
  • In 1993 I was awarded the Fulton and Glaive Prize for my research into telekinesis among ungulates.
  • In 1989 I became the first Scottish female academic to be successfully transported backwards in time, albeit via astral-projection.
  • In 1985 I received the Parr-Suttlidge Oyl-Cascade Award.
  • In 1979 I gave birth to my daughter Jaiyyne. This is undoubtedly my highest achievement to date, aside from my many academic awards.

Books (a selection)

On Thumbs and Manatees: The Curious Case of Horton Carew (University of Duncairn Press, forthcoming 2007).

Scepticism as Pseudoscience (Hull: Turnpike & Brockle, 2004).

Telepathy and Telemarketing (London: Loutridge, 2001)

The ‘Jeff Banks Bot’: How an Android Fooled the World (Hull: Pottle and Limmerman Publishers, 2000)

Crumbling into Dust: The Plight of Native Lucifugous Revenants in Contemporary America (with Edward Weyland and Kathleen Conklin) (California: University of Sunnydale Press, 1999).

Using Graphology to Understand the Welsh (Ohio: Cupple & Yonson, 1996).

Opus Don’t: An Investigation into the Preternatural Prelacy of the Opus Dei Organization (London: Judderman and Clive Ltd, 1992).

Hey, Fever!: The CIA’s use of Pollinosis for Population Control (Liverpool: Mildew Books, 1988).

Therianthropy and its Usage in Third World Cattle Farming (Hull: Firkum and Tove, 1985).

Phantom Pregnancies: The Rights of Ghost/Human Couples to Reproduce (University of Pitlochry Press, 1981).

The Curative Gris-Gris: Counteractant Charms from the North-East of Scotland (Glasgow: Clyde University Press:, 1978).

Chapters in Books (a selection)

‘An Interview with the Spectre of Al Jolson’, in Celebrity Apparitions Discuss Melanin Theory ed. by Charlotte F. Kilt (Manchester: Zinger Books, 2002), pp. 37-41.

‘Ouija Bored: Why Ghosts of Teenagers Eschew Traditional Spiritual Communication’ in Reaching Out/Reaching In: Spiritualism as Therapy ed. by Douglas D. Pilgrim and Aubrey Flange (London: Berriman & Gusset, 1996), pp. 101-140.

‘When Exorcism Fails: A Short Guide to Living with your Demons’ in Possession is Nine Tenths of the Law: New Tenancy Rights of Daemons ed. by Claire Clare and Francis Hardcastle (Hull: Bulbur Bros, 1994), pp. 168-190.

‘Remote Viewing and its Implications in the Future Design of Women’s Changing Rooms’ in Astral Projections: The Future of Remote Viewing ed. by Xavier Z. Llanllywn (California: Stanford Research Institute, 1981), pp. 20-22.

‘Pernicious East Coast Ley Lines and Consequent Behavioural Disorders in Octogenarians’ in Laymen and Ley Lines: Geomantic Forces and their Effect on the Vulnerable ed. by Gilligan Tuke and Philippa Whission (University of Dundee Press, 1978), pp. 45-63.

Journal Articles (a selection)

‘The Broxden Roundabout Bigfoot: The Case for a Scottish Sasquatch’, Journal of Scottish Cryptozoology, Vol. 2, no. 1 (2005), pp. 30-52.

‘Is it Morally Right to Enslave your Own Dopplegänger? Yes’, European Law Journal, Vol. 5, No. 33 (2001)

‘“You Are Feeling Sleepy”: Psychiatry as Modern-day Mesmerism", Journal of Scientology, September 1998, pp. 25-39.

‘Intrinsic Aptitude of Mermaids and Selkies for Teaching Secondary Mathematics’, Foundations of Aquatic Mathematics, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1997), pp. 35-40.

‘Pickin’ Up Bad Vibrations: The Ruinous Effects of Actors' Auras when Retained in Popular Films’, Sights and Sounds, Vol. 7, no. 11 (1993)

‘Je Peux Écrire des Articles D'universitaire en Français’, Journal Impressionnant Étranger, Vol. 12, No. 9 (1992), pp. 54-92.

‘An Investigation into the Legitimacy of Breatharianism Among Aberdonians’, Anti-Randi, Vol.3, No. 6 (1991), pp. 82-104.

‘On the Necessity of Funding My Proposed Expedition to Locate Yggdrasil’, The New Bucchanites Review, November 1989, pp. 58-65.

‘Zetetic Astronomy: New Validations’, Celestial Review, Vol. 11, No. 2 (1985), pp. 12-20.

‘Perpetual Motion – Easy!’, American Journal of Lanthanide Magnetism, Vol. 20, no. 5 (1983), pp. 12-15.

‘Telphent Namburtannu: Filsh tunk kee Balashyna n’Po Po’?, Mobuch Shynide Gilgynge, Duv. 3, Ka. 7 (198Y), ff. 2-70

‘The Success of Phrenology in Predicting Evilness in Barbary Apes’, Pseudo-pseudoscience, March 1979, pp. 22-25.

‘One Very Small Step For Man: The Mocked-Up Moon Landing of 1969’, Theories of Conspiracies, Vol 2, No. 7 (1974), pp. 45-61.

‘Incontrovertible Proof of Human Time Travel’, The University of St. Andrews’ Bimonthly Pamphlet of Recent Notable Advances in the Natural Sciences, June 1865, pp. 1-9.