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A collaborative effort between the author and Ken Kline, an expert on extrasensory perception.
Excerpt from the preface:
A bachelor in his early fifties, Ken Kline was an armchair mentalist who loved the theory and occasional practice of his art. By profession, a theatrical photographer and was later involved in hotel management, all his spare hours were spent in research into the varied occult sciences. Over the years he kept a set of detailed notebooks and, at his bequest, they were left to me. I felt it was important that his ideas and enthusiasm be shared with others. Having this in mind, I culled through our vast correspondence and carefully checked the voluminous notebooks. What I have reconstructed in this book can be taken as a good cross-section of Ken's varied ideas and contributions. I use them regularly and many are highlights in my own professional show.
1st edition 1970, 76 pages; PDF 46 pages.word count: 17864 which is equivalent to 71 standard pages of text