THROUGH A GLASS, DARKLY: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Quest to Solve the Greatest Mystery of All
By re-examining the old records of trance mediums and seances, Bechtel and Stains discover that what Conan Doyle and his colleagues uncovered is as difficult to dismiss now as it was then. What was it that convinced a brilliant man, the creator of the great exemplar of cold, objective thought, that there was a reality beyond reality? Photos.
Publisher: St. Martin's
Item #: 6911471
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