APRA - the Anomalous Phenomena Research Agency
- is a collection of like-minded people, who have spent many years researching all manner of what we have come to term 'anomalous phenomena'. APRA was conceived in 1996, and finally set up during the summer of 1998.
The people who are involved with APRA have come from various backgrounds of phenomena research, but most have been involved in some form or another for nearly 25 years – they are determined to put their knowledge, and experience together, in order to find answers to many mysteries. APRA is concerned with looking at many aspects of what we have termed ‘anomalous phenomena’ – this includes UFOs and ET’s (And the possible PSI connections to the two); Crop-circles (Even though the term ‘circle’ is rarely valid anymore); Ghosts and hauntings, Earth energies, and others that we have still to find…
One key aspect of APRA’s approach is that its people are active, they go out into the field (Both metaphorically and physically), to look at phenomena,and then try to get answers from the objective research.
Currently APRA’s team work throughout the Thames Valley area of the UK, though APRA does liaise extensively with other national,and international research groups.