Challenge of psychical research: a primer of parapsychology
This volume attempts to introduce the non-specialist reader to the nature of paranormal phenomena, the kinds of evidence with which a serious modern person must concern himself, the positive fulfillments and frustrations involved in such investigations. Documented examples of the kind of data available are presented.
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