Three links of possible interest:
Marcel Cairo is running a contest on a theme dear to the hearts of many readers of this blog. I'm not sure I completely understand what Marcel is looking for, but there are prizes involved.
Then there's this intriguing except from Isaac Funk's book The Psychic Riddle. Funk (of Funk & Wagnall's fame) investigated the direct voice medium Emily French in 1905. French's phenomena definitely test the boggle threshold for many of us, but Funk's examination of her claims was handled in a serious and astute manner. (Incidentally, it was later claimed that the deceased Funk - or is that the defunct Funk? - came back from the beyond to speak through Emily French.)
Finally, check out Chapter 2, "Where Are You?", from R. Craig Hogan's forthcoming book Your Eternal Self. This chapter is a work in progress, but even in its unfinished form it offers an exciting overview of the mind-body problem, as seen from a non-physicalist perspective. (Hogan is the coauthor, with Allan Botkin, of Induced After-Death Communication, a very worthwhile contribution to afterlife studies.)