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The Rhine Research Center Institute for Parapsychology was founded by Drs. J.B. and Louisa Rhine and others in Durham in 1927. It later moved to Duke University in 1935. When Dr. Rhine retired in 1965, he had to decide whether to leave the Institute at Duke or take it with him. He decided on the latter. The work of the institute is now carried on by Rhine's daughter, 88-year-old Dr. Sally Rhine Feather and executive director John Kruth.
Vitiello discusses the work of nationally known Durham artist Stacy Lynn Waddell. Waddell from Franklin County studied at NC State's College of Design and earned an MFA in studio art at UNC-Chapel Hill in 2007. Among her tools are branding irons, watercolors, gold leaf, and other items.