Harry Houdini - A Magician Among The Spirits

Harry Houdini - A Magician Among The Spirits



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Houdini writes about the famous mediums in his time. Names like Palladino and Ann O'Delia Diss Debar should ring a bell. He also elaborates on his exchanges with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle who was a firm believer in spirits and paranormal phenomena.

1st edition 1924 Harper & Row New York; reprint 1972 Arno Press New York; 296 pages.

  1. Introduction
  2. Preface
  3. I. The Founders of Modern Spiritualism
  4. II. The Davenport Brothers
  5. III. Daniel Dunglas Home
  6. IV. Palladino
  7. V. Ann O'Delia Diss Debar
  8. VI. Dr. Slade and His Spirit Slates
  9. VII. Slate Writing and Other Methods
  10. VIII. Spirit Photography
  11. IX. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  12. X. Why Ectoplasm
  13. XI. By-Products of Spiritualism
  14. XII. Investigations - Wise and Otherwise
  15. XIII. How Mediums Obtain Information
  16. XIV. What You Must Believe to Be a Spiritualist
  17. XV. Magicians as Detectors of Fraud
  18. XVI. Conclusion
  19. Appendix
  20. Photos

word count: 94976 which is equivalent to 379 standard pages of text


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