Science: Ghosts

Clark University's symposium on ghosts (TIME, Dec. 13), drew to a close. Frederick Bligh Bond, British psychic researcher and architect, described the helpful conduct of a departed spirit during excavating work at mystical Glastonbury Abbey, 20 years ago. A friend of Architect Bond's, one John Alleyne, had been the medium for messages in automatic writing. "All knowledge," the ghost had assured them, "is eternal, and is available to mental telepathy." Later had followed a rough drawing, which some monkish Latin described as the lost chapel of King Edgar, 30 yards long at...

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