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" I lay for some seconds to convince myself of some one being really there. I then sat up and looked at him. I saw his features so plainly that I recognised them in a photograph which was shown me some days after. I asked him what he wanted ; he did not... "
Enigmas of Psychical Research - Page 248
by James Hervey Hyslop - 1906 - 427 pages
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Journal of the Society for Psychical Research

Parapsychology - 1888
...being really there. I then sat up and looked at him. I saw his features so plainly that I recognised them in a photograph which was shown me some days...which was shut, keeping his eyes upon me all the time. * Phantasms, &c., Vol. II., p. 315. Upon inquiry I found that the young fellow who appeared to me died...
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Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research

Parapsychology - 1889
...being really there. I then sat up and looked at him. I saw his features so plainly that I recognised them in a photograph which was shown me some days...found that the young fellow who appeared to me died in that room I was occupying. If I can tell you anything more I shall be glad to, if it interests you....
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Apparitions and thought-transference: an examination of the evidence for ...

Frank Podmore - Apparitions - 1894 - 401 pages
...being really there. I then sat up and looked at him. I saw his features so plainly that I recognised them in a photograph which was shown me some days...found that the young fellow who appeared to me died in that room I was occupying. " If I can tell you anything more I shall be glad to, if it interests you....
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Apparitions and thought-transference

Frank Podmore - Telepathy - 1895 - 401 pages
...after. he wanted ; he did not speak, but his eyes and tell me I was in his place. As he did not ans at him with my fist as I sat up, but did not r I was going to spring out of bed he slowly i the door, which was shut, keeping his eyes time. " Upon...
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Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death, Volume 2

Frederic William Henry Myers - Personality - 1903
...being really there. I then sat up and looked at him. I saw his features so plainly that I recognised them in a photograph which was shown me some days...found that the young fellow who appeared to me died in that room I was occupying. . . . JOHN E. HUSBANDS. The following letters are from Miss Falkner, of...
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