Sean Lalsingh Harribance
Parapsychologist, Honorary Director
Sean Harribance Institute for Parapsychology Research, Inc.
For more than three decades, Sean Lalsingh Harribance has served as the president of the Sean Harribance Institute for Parapsychology, Inc., and since its inception an honorary director in the Sean Harribance Institute for Parapsychology Research, Inc, a nonprofit organization that aims to establish, carry on and promote research into the existence, origin, cause and nature of psychic abilities in mankind, and to educate the public about parapsychology. Long before the founding of the organization in 1995, Mr. Harribance was discovered for his outstanding ability to make accurate predictions about the future. Through careful research and strict scientific trials, he was able to prove that his wide range of abilities were genuine. Mr. Harribance continued to serve as a part-time subject for the Parapsychology Laboratory under Dr. Hamlyn Dukhan until he was invited to move to the United States and become a parapsychology research subject at the Foundation for Research on the Nature of Man.
Since immigrating to the United States in 1969, Mr. Harribance has been a parapsychology research subject of Laurentian University and the Psychical Research Foundation, as well as several other institutions. In 1998, he was a symposium contributor to the Parapsychological Association Convention. Since the founding of the Sean Harribance Institute for Parapsychology Research, Inc., Mr. Harribance has continued to seek funding for ongoing research in the area of parapsychology. He is credited as an author and co-author of a wide variety of publications, including "This Man Knows You," published in 1976. His articles have also appeared in prestigious medical journals, including the International Journal of Psychophysiology and the International Journal of Neuroscience.
Throughout the course of his career, Mr. Harribance has been continually recognized for his ongoing contributions to parapsychology, both as a research subject and an advocate for the field as a whole. He was named an honorary citizen of the city of Baton Rouge in 1976, as well as an honorary lieutenant colonel aide-de-camp with the Alabama State Militia in 1975. Since the turn of the century, Mr. Harribance has been featured in a wide variety of honors publications, including Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare, and Who's Who in Science and Engineering.