Science: Occult Acts

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Dr. Edward J. Kempf, psychiatrist, thought of "Buffalo Bill's monument in Wyoming by Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney." Replied Houdini: "I get the picture of a man killing cattle—no, buffalos. I see him bringing meat to men building a railroad. He has long hair."

Houdini's point was that Professor Sir Gilbert Murray had not done any- thing supernatural. "Telepathy is impossible," he said. He insisted that what little he had done was natural and scientific and refused to reveal his method.

—Harry Houdini, 51, has been interested in spiritualism since the official dawn of his manhood. Some time ago he made a compact with seven men, since dead, to send a message from the Gireat Beyond, hut he has not received so much as a sign.

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