Last Letters From the Living Dead Man

Last Letters From the Living Dead Man

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Last Letters From the Living Dead Man By Elsa Barker

Format: Scanned PDF

Pages (PDF): 242

Publication Date: 1919

Illustrations: No

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Pages (PDF): 242

Publication Date: 1919

Illustrations: No

About The Book: A book supposedly written by the author who was channelling a dead man through automatic writing. From the Introduction: For the benefit of those who have not read the earlier books of the series, "Letters From a Living Dead Man," 1914, and "War Letters From the Living Dead Man," 1915, I will quote from the Introductions of those books. In the first Introduction I said:

"One night last year in Paris I was strongly impelled to take up a pencil and write, though what I was to write about I had no idea. Yielding to the impulse, my hand was seized as if from the outside, and a remarkable message of a personal nature came, followed by the signature 'X.'

"The purport of the message was clear,
but the signature puzzled me.

"The following day I showed this writing to a friend, asking her if she had any idea who 'X' was.

'Why,' she replied, 'don't you know that that is what we always call Mr. ?'

"I did not know.

"Now, Mr. was six thousand miles from Paris, and, as we supposed, in the land of the living. But a day or two later a letter came to me from America, stating that Mr. had died in the western part of the United States, a few days before I received in Paris the automatic message signed 'X.'

"So far as I know, I was the first person in Europe to be informed of his death, and I immediately called on my friend to tell her that 'X' had passed out. She did not seem surprised, and told me that she had felt certain of it some days before, when I had shown her the 'X' letter, though she had not said so at the time.

"Naturally I was impressed by this extraordinary incident."


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