Catalog Record: Phantasms of the living | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Phantasms of the living. by Edmund Gurney, Frederic W. H. Myers and Frank Podmore.

Main Author: Gurney, Edmund, 1847-1888.
Related Names: Podmore, Frank 1856-1910., Myers, Frederic William Henry 1843-1901.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Rooms of the Society for psychical research; Trübner and co., 1886.
Edition: [1st ed.]
Subjects: Parapsychology.
Note: "A large part of the material used in this book was sent to the authors as representatives of the Society for psychical research; and the book is published with the sanction of the council of that society... Mr. Myers is solely responsible for the Introduction, and for the ʻNote on a suggested mode of psychical interaction.'... and Mr. Gurney... for the remainder of the book... The collection, examination, and appraisal of the evidence--has been a joint labor, of which Mr. Podmore has borne... a share."--Preface.
Physical Description: 2 v., illus., tables, diagrs. 23cm.
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