Footfalls on the Boundary of Another World
1860 Contents: Preface; Preliminary; Statement of the Subject; the Impossible; the Miraculous; the Improbable; Touching Certain Phases of Sleep: Sleep in General; Dreams; Disturbances Popularly Termed Hauntings: General Character of the Phenome.
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LIST OF AUTHORS CITED
DISTURBANCES POPULARLY TERMED HAUNTING8
TOUCHING CERTAIN PHASES OF SLEEP
GENERAL CHARACTER OP THE PHENOMENA
APPARITIONS or THE DEAD
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