Welcome to the website of best selling author, screenwriter, paranormal researcher, public speaker, motorsports enthusiast, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and all around cool guy Larry Flaxman!

Are you looking for answers to your questions? Do you have an interest in science, the paranormal, human potential, reality, noetics, or even psychology? If so, then you have come to the right place! If it’s unique, interesting, different, or just plain weird then I probably have either written about it… or at least researched it!

Please feel free to look around and check out the latest news regarding my current and upcoming books, speaking appearances, and other news.

If you would like to know more about me, please be sure to check out my biography.

Want to attend my next speaking engagement or event? Click here to view my events calendar.


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  • Gossip: The Psychology of Sh*t Talking

    “Did you see that shirt David was wearing today? Did he get that from a dumpster” or “Did you hear that Mark makes $20k a month on the side? He doesn’t need to work here!” Have you ever wondered WHY...

  • Take the Higher Road? How? Why?

    “Take the higher road!” Have you ever heard that saying? Of course… but, have you ever stopped for a moment to truly reflect on exactly what it means? On the surface it seems pretty easy to comprehend… but, like...

Upcoming Events

all day Dragon Con Atlanta @ Dragon Con
Dragon Con Atlanta @ Dragon Con
Sep 2 – Sep 5 all day
Larry will be returning to Dragon Con for their 30th Anniversary Con! If you are in the Atlanta area it’s an event you won’t want to miss. Larry will be speaking several times throughout the weekend. You can find more information at DragonCon.org
10:00 pm Beyond The Veil Radio
Beyond The Veil Radio
Nov 24 @ 10:00 pm – 12:00 am
Be sure to listen in on Friday night, November 25th at 10pm CST as Larry joins Chris & Sheree Geo LIVE on Beyond The Veil Radio. You can tune in HERE to listen LIVE.

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