InPresence 200Spiritualist Virtuoso Gladys Osborne Leonard

Books Mentioned In This Interview

lydia allison leonard and soule experiments in psychical research john thomas william macdougall beyond normal cognition florence barrett personality survives death sir oliver lodge raymond: or life and death eleanor sidgwick phantasms of the living w h salter trance mediumship: an introductory study of mrs. piper and mrs. leonard walter franklin prince the enchanted boundary william brown science and personality sir oliver lodge the survival of man drayton thomas precognition and human survival

Jeffrey Mishlove offers a tribute to a spiritualist medium who, for decades, subjected herself to investigation by researchers associated with the Society for Psychical Research in England. One Duke University psychologist earned his doctoral degree studying the accuracy of information provided during seances. The great physicist, Sir Oliver Lodge, wrote his classic book, Raymond (regarding the post-mortem survival of his son who was killed in the first world war) based largely upon readings with Mrs. Leonard. She was also associated with direct voice phenomena and with mediumistic cross-correspondences.

(Recorded on September 19, 2020)

Published on October 20, 2020


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