Historic Ghosts and Ghost Hunters

Henry Addington BRUCE (1874 - 1959)

The author describes popular ghost occurrences from a skeptical point of view, providing explanations based on recent scientific research (early 20th century), primarily in the field of psychology, like suggestion and hallucinations, using also his beliefs on mesmerism and telepathy. He finishes his book with a brief mention of ghost hunters and researchers into psychic phenomena. - Summary by Rapunzelina

Genre(s): Psychology

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface 5Tommy00
00:02:46
Play 01 The Devils of Loudun Louise J. Belle
00:32:14
Play 02 The Drummer of Tedworth Tommy Hersant
00:32:15
Play 03 The Haunting of the Wesleys Thomas Garner
00:25:20
Play 04 The Visions of Emanuel Swedenborg Tommy Hersant
00:41:39
Play 05 The Cock Lane Ghost Mark Richard
00:25:27
Play 06 The Ghost Seen by Lord Brougham Valentina Vocelli
00:18:35
Play 07 The Seeress of Prevorst Dan Gurzynski
00:28:50
Play 08 The Mysterious Mr. Home Valentina Vocelli
00:31:38
Play 09 The Watseka Wonder Valentina Vocelli
00:29:54
Play 10 A Medieval Ghost Hunter Chad Jackson
00:21:27
Play 11 Ghost Hunters of Yesterday and To-Day Dan Gurzynski
00:24:10