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|-Who are they?|
have acquired a series of of postcard sized photographs that show a group
of three people engaged in a range of paranormal/magic activities.
The postcard on the top left shows a man with a spirit image in the background
placing an object, perhaps a coil of rope, into a box. The second that
shows the three with fingertips on a table, suggests the "table
for contacting spirits. Other recently obtained photographs of the same
people show them with paraphernalia for magic tricks. The two images
on the second row show the woman wrapped in a bag and standing
in a box. An EPS or clairvoyant experiment, perhaps? The last row shows
portraits of one of the men and the woman. The dress style and photographic
process place these in the 1920s or early 1930s. We have no idea who
the people are or the exact activities pictured and would be glad to
any information on them. Correspondence with other collectors of spirit
our feeling that they are likely presenting paranormal exhibitions for
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Spirit Photographs: How
our collection started/Brewster & Mumler
Related interests of the Victorian Era and early 20th century in our
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