If you want to know more about some of the topics discussed in Randi's Prize, start here. The links below bring up further information and links to relevant source material.
Not all the topics are presently covered, but more pages will be added shortly.
Poltergeists (discussed in Chapter One: Naughty Adolescent Syndrome)
Leonora Piper (discussed in Chapter Three: Communicators)
Experimental Psi Research (discussed in Chapter Four: Uncertain Science)
Out-of-Body Experiences, Near-death Experiences and Past Life Memories (discussed in Chapter Six: Experience and Imagination (II)
A key resource is the archive and library of the Society for Psychical Research (SPR), which was founded in 1882. Visit the SPR's excellent website, and if you are ever in London midweek, its lending library near High Street Kensington contains books on a wide range of paranormal subjects (open 1pm-5pm on Tuesday and Wednesday).
The SPR's Journal and Proceedings can be read at the online library Lexscien, along with the Journal of Parapsychology and several other key publications (requires a subscription).
A useful free resource is the Catalogue of the Society for Psychical Research, which contains detailed summaries of research papers, articles, correspondence and book reviews going back to 1882. A quick scan will give you a good impression of the scale of the SPR's research, and of its discerning approach. Full articles can be read at Lexcien.