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" ... senseless; she did not move when I took her hand and held the light quite close to her face, but continued quietly breathing. Raising the lamp, I looked around and saw Katie standing close behind Miss Cook. She was robed in flowing white drapery as... "
Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism - Page 111
by William Crookes - 1874 - 112 pages
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THE PROOF PALPABLE OF IMMORTALITY; BEINGAN ACCOUNT OF THE MATERIALIZATION ...

EPES SARGENT - 1876
...whom I had clasped in my arms n few moments before, and not at the phantasm of a disordered brain. I turn the lamp to Katie, and examine her with steadfast...had no doubt whatever of her objective reality.'" Of the points of difference between the two, Mr. Crookes says : "Katie's height varies; in my house...
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Modern Spiritualism, a History and a Criticism, Volume 2

Frank Podmore - Spiritualism - 1902
...in the cabinet, knowing the importance ' attaching to first impressions, and not wishing to lea\'e more to memory than necessary. His notes are now...I had no doubt whatever of her objective reality." Mr. Crookes further ascertained on this occasion that a blister on Miss Cook's neck was wanting on...
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Modern Spiritism: A Critical Examination of Its Phenomena, Character, and ...

John Godfrey Raupert - Spiritualism - 1904 - 248 pages
...sensitive). She was robed in flowing white drapery, as we had seen her previously during the stance. Holding one of Miss Cook's hands in mine, and still...I had no doubt whatever of her objective reality" The entire independence and objectivity of these forms is further proved by photographic record. Pictures...
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Researches Into the Phenomena of Modern Spiritualism

William Crookes - Parapsychology - 1904 - 80 pages
...a living woman, and three separate times did I turn the lamp to Katie and examine her with seadfast scrutiny, until I had no doubt whatever of her objective...then ceased to see Katie, but did not leave the room until Miss Cook woke up, and two of the visitors came in with a light. Before concluding this article...
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Modern spiritism: a critical examination of its phenomena, character, and ...

John Godfrey Raupert - Spiritualism - 1909 - 261 pages
...lamp) I looked round and saw Katie (the spirit form) standing close behind Miss Cook (the sensitive). She was robed in flowing white drapery, as we had...I had no doubt whatever of her objective reality." The entire independence and objectivity of these forms is further proved by photographic record. Pictures...
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