Psychology of a Medium: And A Look At The Paranormal And The World Of Mediums
Psychology of a Medium is a look at the paranormal from two very different perspectives, with a consideration of the sceptics as well as the devotees of the paranormal. It explores the implications and advantages of the paranormal, posing the all-important question: 'Why are the majority of people so fascinated with the subject?' The author looks at the so-called 'Haunted House' phenomenon and the psychological factors behind those with an interest in the subject. Psychology of a Medium contains anecdotal evidence as well as the author’s own experience and considers 'fake' as well as genuine mediums, with an analysis of various styles and techniques.
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