Ghost Hunters: William James and the Hunt for Scientific Proof of Life after Death – Deborah Blum

Ghost Hunters: William James and the Hunt for Scientific Proof of Life after Death - Deborah BlumThe Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Poision Squad and The Poisoner’s Handbook tells the amazing story of William James’s quest for empirical evidence of the spirit world

What if a world -renowned philosopher and professor of psychiatry at Harvard suddenly announced he believed in ghosts? At the close of the nineteenth century, the illustrious William James led a determined scientific investigation into unexplainable incidences of clairvoyance and ghostly visitations.

James and a small group of eminent scientists staked their reputations, their careers, even their sanity on one of the most extraordinary quests ever undertaken: to empirically prove the existence of ghosts, spirits, and psychic phenomena. What they pursued and what they found raises questions as fascinating today as they were then.

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Ghost Hunters: William James and the Hunt for Scientific Proof of Life after Death - Deborah Blum

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