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" 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 we had seen her previously during the... "
Studies in Psychical Research - Page 60
by Frank Podmore - 1897 - 458 pages
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The Spiritual Magazine, Volume 1

Samuel Watson - Spiritualism - 1875 - 552 pages
...memory than necessary. His notes are now before me. " I went cautiously into the room, it being dark, and felt about for Miss Cook. I found her crouching...did not move when I took her hand and held the light close to her face, but continued quietly breathing. Raising the lamp, I looked around and saw Katie...
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THE PROOF PALPABLE OF IMMORTALITY; BEINGAN ACCOUNT OF THE MATERIALIZATION ...

EPES SARGENT - 1876
...continued quietly breathing. The remainder -of the narrative I give in Mr. Crookes's own words : " Raising the lamp, I looked around and saw Katie standing...drapery, as we had seen her previously during the seance. Holding one of Miss Cook's hands in mine, and still kneel ing, I passed the lamp up and down,...
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Modern Spiritualism, a History and a Criticism, Volume 2

Frank Podmore - Spiritualism - 1902
...memory than necessary. His notes are now before me. " I went cautiously into the room, it being dark, and felt about for Miss Cook. I found her crouching...white drapery as we had seen her previously during the seance. Holding one of Miss Cook's hands in mine, and still kneeling, I passed the lamp up and down...
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Researches Into the Phenomena of Modern Spiritualism

William Crookes - Parapsychology - 1904 - 80 pages
...velvet, as she had been in the early part of the evening, and to appearance perfectly senseless; shte did not move when I took her hand and held the light...white drapery as we had seen her previously during the seance. Holding one of Miss Cook's hands in mine, and still kneeling, I passed the lamp up and down...
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Mysterious Psychic Forces: An Account of the Author's Investigations in ...

Camille Flammarion - Parapsychology - 1907 - 466 pages
...memory than necessary. His notes are now before me. I went cautiously into the room, it being dark, and felt about for Miss Cook. I found her crouching...white drapery as we had seen her previously during the seance. Holding one of Miss Cook's hands in mine, and still kneeling, I passed the lamp up and down...
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Mysterious Psychic Forces: An Account of the Author's Investigations in ...

Camille Flammarion - Parapsychology - 1907 - 466 pages
...memory than necessary. His notes are now before me. I went cautiously into the room, it being dark, and felt about for Miss Cook. I found her crouching...white drapery as we had seen her previously during the seance. Holding one of Miss Cook's hands in mine, and still kneeling, I passed the lamp up and down...
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New Light on Immortality

Edmund Edward Fournier d'Albe - Immortality - 1908 - 334 pages
...memory than necessary. His notes are now before mo. " I went cautiously into the room, it being dark, and felt about for Miss Cook. I found her crouching...did not move when I took her hand and held the light close to her face, but continued quietly breathing. " Raising the lamp, I looked around and saw Katie...
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Studies in Sacred Theology, Issue 11

1918
...her black costume crouching on the floor and to all appearances senseless. Then raising the lamp he saw "Katie standing close behind Miss Cook. She was robed in flowing white drapery as (he) had seen her previously during the seance." Holding Miss Cook's hand he now three times moved...
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Ravalette: The Rosicrucian's Story

Paschal B. Randolph - 1996 - 108 pages
...lady dressed in black velvet, as she had been in the early part of the evening, and to all appearances perfectly senseless; she did not move when I took her hand and held the lamp close to her face, but continued quietly breathing. (Mow hear this). Raising the lamp, I looked...
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