Music, Witchcraft and the Paranormal
Melrose Press, 2005 - 315 pages
A series of essays on parapsychology and psychical research with special reference to the importance of music in paganism and witchcraft. The author investigates the use of music in telepathic contact using controlled experiments. He looks at mediums who claim contact with dead composers and people who have heard 'ghostly' music are also examined.
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