The Swedish mathematician Tomas Blomberg has formulated a realistic stochastic quantum theory where states are replaced by events presented in two unpublished works:

Blomberg T. (1987) Principles of Deductive Theoretical Physics

A proposal for a general deductive physical theory based on successive Confidence estimates on Quantum Mechanical wave functions. Outline of a mathematical theory.

Blomberg T. (1987) Successive Confidence Estimates on Solutions to the Many-particle Schrödinger Equations. Basic Concepts.

These are now published in one book at Lamberth Academic Publishing 2015 and can also be bought from morebooks

and can by kind permission from Lambert be downloaded here as full text pdf

Principles of Deductive Theoretical Physics

References

Bacciagaluppi Guido, Valentini Antony (2009) Quantum Theory at the crossroad. Reconsidering the 1927 Solvay Conference. Cambridge University Press. http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0609184v2

Cushing James T. .(1994). Quantum Mechanics. Historical contingency and the Copenhagen hegemony.

University of Chicago Press

Cartwright Nancy. How the laws of physics lies

http://joelvelasco.net/teaching/120/cartwright-How_the_Laws_of_Physics_Lie.pdf