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Security camera captured image of deceased son’s spirit, Atlanta mother says

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Harry Houdini duplicates a spirit photograph - example 1

Harry Houdini duplicates a spirit photograph - example 1

Harry Houdini duplicates a spirit photograph - example 4

Harry Houdini duplicates a spirit photograph - example 4

Harry Houdini duplicates a spirit photograph - example 5. Houdini spent the last 13 years of his life debunking mediums

Harry Houdini duplicates a spirit photograph - example 5. Houdini spent the last 13 years of his life debunking mediums

Margaret and Kate Fox, c 1850’sThe Fox Sisters the “Founders” of the Spiritualist Movement.

Little Penny Dreadful

Margaret and Kate Fox, c 1850’s The Fox Sisters the “Founders” of the Spiritualist Movement.

Ghosts And Haunts Of The Civil War: Authentic Accounts of the Strange and Unexplained|Paperback

Explore the strange and shadowy side of the civil war . . . A fascinating collection of ghostly sightings, auspicious visions, audible manifestations,

Staveley Bulford

Old photographs of Mediums

I love old photographs of mediums, they’re usually so beautiful. The pictures below are from The Perfect Medium: Photography and the Occult. This one is from 1921, the photographer was Stavel…

Spirit trumpet with ectoplasm coming from medium

Physical Mediumship, ectoplasm, apports,levitation,direct voice,

Sven Turck, "The medium levitating", 1940 - 45, Gelatin silver…

Spiritualism - Articles

All Articles Tagged 'spiritualism' | The dieselpunk underground. Dieselpunk and steampunk culture, articles, music, events, photos, and fashion.

Leonard Stott - Séance Trumpet | SpiritArchive.org

ISSMPI – INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR STANDARDS IN MEDIUMSHIP AND PSYCHICAL INVESTIGATION

Pearl Curran and Patience Worth--fascinating study of some off-beat American lit.

Ghostwriter and Ghost: The Strange Case of Pearl Curran & Patience Worth

In early 20th-century St. Louis, Pearl Curran claimed to have conjured a long-dead New England puritan named Patience Worth through a Ouija board. Although mostly unknown today, the resulting books, poems, and plays that Worth 'dictated' to Curran earned great praise at the time. Ed Simon investigates the curious and nearly forgotten literary fruits of a “ghost” and her ghostwriter.