We were saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. Kimberly Molto, a friend and colleague in the study of the unknown, this past Saturday May 14th, 2011. Kim was a good friend to many of us here on the PSICAN team and a highly respected author and student of the paranormal throughout the field.
Dr Kimberly Molto had been a great supporter of the Canadian Mental Health Association - Guelph branch. For those who would like to honour her memory with a monetary tribute you can obtain information on donating to CMHA - Ontario by clicking on the link provided.
Dr Molto's books True Tales of the Paranormal, and More True Tales of the Paranormal are available for purchase through most major retailers such as Chapters, and Amazon as well as available through the public library system here in Canada.
Photo Courtesy Doug Mills
- "Do not stand at my grave and weep
- I am not there. I do not sleep.
- I am a thousand winds that blow.
- I am the diamond glints on snow.
- I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
- I am the gentle autumn rain.
- When you awaken in the morning's hush
- I am the swift uplifting rush.
- Of quiet birds in circled flight.
- I am the soft stars that shine at night.
- Do not stand at my grave and cry;
- I am not there. I did not die."
- ~ Author Mary Elizabeth Frye
"I first met Kim when I had the opportunity to interview her after the publication of her second book. I was impressed by her intelligence, her passion for the field and her caring attitude. She expressed to me on several occasions that what motivated her to write the books was to help people who have had experiences with the unknown understand that these were common human experiences. In her own words she said "It was a compulsion; something that had to be done and when others came forward with their very personal and meaningful accounts it became an obligation. Especially when I considered what these stories could contribute to our general knowledge base and hopefully provide insight and comfort so people would be less afraid and more willing to come forward with their own accounts." Kim will be greatly missed." ~ Maria Grazia
"I have just learned of Kim's entry into the next world and am saddened and shocked. Since I moved away from Guelph we kept in touch mostly through our love of the Halloween 'season'. I did not receive my usual letter from Kim this past Halloween and wondered but did not follow up. Kim was a fellow artist, friend and one of the most fascinating people I have met. I will miss her. See you in the next life, Kim." ~ Sharon Stock Feren
If you would like to add a few words in memorial to Kim on this page, a personal thought or message please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
"They are in a better place, but we are left behind ..."
Kimberly I. A. Molto, PhD.