The case for and against psychical belief

by Sir Oliver Lodge ... Sir Arthur Conan Doyle ... Harry Houdini ; edited by Carl Murchison.

First edition.

Worcester : Clark University, 1927. xii, 365, 12 pages of plates : illustrations.

A collection of papers presented at a symposium on psychical research held at Clark University in 1926 with a contribution by Doyle on 'The psychic question as I see it'.


VG in maroon boards lettered in gilt on spine and front. Spine ends bumped, and a little rubbing to extremities. Light spotting to page edges.

Ref No: 2613


Author: Murchison, Carl Doyle, Arthur ConanLodge, OliverHoudini, Harry

Categories: Psychicism

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