A 1958 graduate of the School of Journalism at San Jose State University, Mike Tymn has contributed more than 1,600 articles to some 45 newspapers, magazines, journals, and books over the past 50 years. While most of his articles have dealt with subjects from the sports arena, Mike has done business, travel, metaphysical, and human interest features. He won the 1999 Robert H. Ashby Memorial Award given by The Academy of Religion and Psychical Research for his essay on Dying, Death, and After Death. Mike’s books include The Articulate Dead, Running on Third Wind, The Afterlife Revealed, The Afterlife Explorers, Transcending the Titanic, and Resurrecting Leonora Piper. He currently serves as editor of the The Searchlight, a quarterly publication for The Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies, of which he is vice-president. His metaphysical articles have appeared in numerous publications.
A runner since 1954, Mike won four national masters championships during his 40s. As a 42-year-old grandfather, he won the historic Maui Marathon in 1979 with a time of 2 hours, 28 minutes, 43 seconds and was twice named Hawaii’s “Runner of the Year.” He coached the Hawaii state team in the international Ekiden competition in New York City in 1988 and 1989. He is married to the former Gina Bernar
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