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" And to imagine that an innocent school-girl of fifteen should be able to conceive and then successfully carry out for three years so gigantic an imposture as this, and in that time should submit to any test which might be imposed upon her, should bear... "
Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism - Page 116
by William Crookes - 1874 - 112 pages
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Mysterious Psychic Forces: An Account of the Author's Investigations in ...

Camille Flammarion - Parapsychology - 1907 - 466 pages
...strictest scrutiny, would be willing to be searched at any time, either before or after a seance, and would meet with even better success in my own house than...than to believe her to be what she herself affirms. counts of William Crookes by giving an extract from the journal The Spiritualist of the 29th of May,...
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Mysterious Psychic Forces: An Account of the Author's Investigations in ...

Camille Flammarion - Parapsychology - 1907 - 466 pages
...and would meet with even better Success in my own house than at that of her parents, knowing tliat she visited me with the express object of submitting...scientific tests — to imagine, I say, the Katie King of tlie last three years to be the result of imposture does more violence to one's reason and common sense...
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Are the Dead Alive?: The Problem of Physical [!] Research that the World's ...

Fremont Rider - Parapsychology - 1909 - 372 pages
...himself. 3. Miss Cook, the medium, was a schoolgirl of fifteen. "To imagine," says Sir W., that she "should be able to conceive and then successfully...than to believe her to be what she herself affirms." 4. "Katie" was really "material," spoke and walked ; her heart heat; her lungs "were found to be sounder...
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Common Sense, Volumes 1-2

Common sense - 1874
...gigantic an imposture as this, and in that time should submit to any test which might be imposed on her, should bear the strictest scrutiny, should be...than to believe her to be what she herself affirms. WHXIAM CROOKS, FRS TANGIBLE PEOOF OF SPIRIT MATERIALIZATION Mrs. Florence Marryat, Boss Church, London,...
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Isis Unveiled, Volume 1

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky - Literary Criticism - 1994 - 1506 pages
...delusion of the senses," Mr. Crookes, in 1875, closes his letter with the following memorable words : — "To imagine, I say, the Katie King of the last three...than to believe her to be what she herself affirms." § This last remark, moreover, conclusively proves that: * [Researches, etc., 1874, p. 8.] t Ibid.,...
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The History of Spiritualism, Volume 1

Arthur Conan Doyle - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2007 - 348 pages
...visited me with the express object of submitting to strict scientific tests—to imagine, I say, that Katie King of the last three years to be the result...than to believe her to be what she herself affirms. 2 Granting that a temporary form was built up from the ectoplasm of Florence Cook, and that this form...
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