Crime and the Psychic World Author:Fred Archer Taken from the inside cover: — Beginning with the identification of Jack the Ripper by a medium who also had precognitive knowledge of his atrocities, the author presents an extraordinary variety of actual crimes puzzling enough in themselves, but remarkable in the accurate reconstruction of events by psychics. — Each chapter centers upon several ... more »cases illustrating a single theme.
*The use of psychic aid in locating missing bodies.
*How dreams have helped solve crimes.
*Instances of the use of psychic aid by European and U.S. police as well as the Canadian Mounties.
*Legal action in which the psychic world has intervened.
*Attempts of mediums to prevent crime.
*Murder victims who seek vengeance.
*English and American detectives who are psychic.
*Criminals who have had strange occult beliefs and experiences.
The author, an authority on spiritualism and psychical research, writes clearly and smoothly, reporting salient facts on the assumption they are psychic experiences but never presuming the reader must agree. In summary, he explores not only the role of the psychic world in past crimes but the role it may play, if properly utilized, in the future.« less