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Condition: Very good
- Octavo, softcover bound in printed blue wraps. There are some tiny white marks & a small light stain to the front cover & its edges are slightly darkened. Pages -268. Illustrated with a folding black-and-white plate. There is a tiny stain to the fore-edge with a small stain to page 260 & offsetting from the plate. Very good. This issue largely consists of a lengthy article A Complicated Group of Experiences and Experiments by James H. Hyslop with detailed records of the spirit communications involved. The case concerns an assistant to a lawyer George F. Duysters, a Miss De Camp, who is in communication with the dead fiction writer Frank R. Stockton. Through automatic writing, Stockton appears to be writing some stories that would complete an unfinished work and also to be seeking to establish his identity to the living. On a later occasion, Miss De Camp was urged to find a sketch given to the now deceased Mr. Duysters. While she is holding it in her lap, the pencil in her hand fills in the details of the sketch [pictured in the folding plate].
Title: JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PSYCHICAL RESEARCH. Volume VI. No. 4. April, 1912.
Location Published: (New York: American Society for Psychical Research), 1912.: 1912.
Book Condition: Very good
Seller ID: 95270
Keywords: automatic writing, clairvoyance, coincidence, hallucinations, illusions, james h. hyslop, journal of the american society for psychical research, mediums, metaphysics, paranormal incidents, periodical, premonitions, seances, suggestion, telepathy, visions