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Inside the Medium's Cabinet
by Joseph Dunninger


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Inside the Medium's Cabinet by Joseph Dunninger

Kidnapping. Murder. Intrigue. Dunninger, the world-renowned magician and mentalist reveals the dark underbelly of Spiritism in this 238-page eBook.

Discover fascinating, real-life psychic adventures pulled from Dunninger's 3,000 investigative case files. Like Houdini before him, Dunninger led a tireless campaign against fraudulent psychics, offering $10,000 to any Medium whose séance stunts he couldn't duplicate by normal means. Working with news reporters and the staff of Science and Invention magazine, Dunninger's well-document accounts are a fascinating chapter in the history of the arcane arts.

Long out of print, some booksellers are selling paperback "warts and all" reproductions at up to $80 a copy. Now completely reset in new type, with numerous corrections and edits, this 2016 eBook edition belongs in every working psychic investigator's library. Priced right, too!

  1. i. Foreword
  2. Introduction
  3. Magicians Versus Mediums
  4. The Millionaire Medium
  5. The Houdini Message
  6. The Message that Missed
  7. The Case of Mrs. Werner
  8. Madam Taylor
  9. Nino Pecoraro
  10. The Pecoraro Test Séances
  11. The Pecoraro Confessions
  12. My Séances with Frank Decker
  13. Medical Mediumship
  14. Around the Psychic Circles
  15. Mediums in the Hauptmann Case
  16. Mediums at Work
  17. Where the Trumpets Come From
  18. A Summary of Spiritism
  19. Appendix
  20. About the Author

1st edition 1935; 1st digital edition 2016, 238 pages.
word count: 48844 which is equivalent to 195 standard pages of text