Science: Ghost-Hunter

Harry Price is England's foremost investigator of psychic phenomena. For 30 years he has tracked down alleged miracles at home and abroad, slept in "haunted" houses, uncovered the frauds of tricksters. Having inherited money from his family, he spends about $5,000 yearly on his researches. He has acquired 14,000 volumes, some of them rare, on every phase of his hobby from talking animals to stage wizardry. He started doing magic tricks at the age of 8, published a psychic play called The Sceptic at 17. In 1925 he founded and became director of...

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