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Around the 40.21 mark the guy says something like "This was all written up in I think he says "Exceptional Experiences......" but I can't quite make it out.
Does anybody else know of the book where this was all documented?
Thanks to all of you BTW for this exceptional and valuable archive.
 
Around the 40.21 mark the guy says something like "This was all written up in I think he says "Exceptional Experiences......" but I can't quite make it out.
Does anybody else know of the book where this was all documented?
Thanks to all of you BTW for this exceptional and valuable archive.
Psiclops, he's speaking of the late Rhea White's Exceptional Human Experiences website, or possibly the newsletters that preceded it before the dawn of the Internet. In any event, Ullman's write-up of the Bindelof case can be found here:

http://siivola.org/monte/papers_grouped/copyrighted/Parapsychology_&_Psi/Bindelof_Story/index.htm

Rosemarie Pilkington also wrote a concise (70 pages) but well-researched piece about the case:
The Spirit of Dr. Bindelof: The Enigma of Seance Phenomena. The remainder of the book is devoted to noteworthy historical examples of psychic phenomena and mediumship.

Doug
 
Psiclops, he's speaking of the late Rhea White's Exceptional Human Experiences website, or possibly the newsletters that preceded it before the dawn of the Internet. In any event, Ullman's write-up of the Bindelof case can be found here:

http://siivola.org/monte/papers_grouped/copyrighted/Parapsychology_&_Psi/Bindelof_Story/index.htm

Rosemarie Pilkington also wrote a concise (70 pages) but well-researched piece about the case:
The Spirit of Dr. Bindelof: The Enigma of Seance Phenomena. The remainder of the book is devoted to noteworthy historical examples of psychic phenomena and mediumship.

Doug
Thanks a lot Doug - some interesting reading here.
 
Psiclops, he's speaking of the late Rhea White's Exceptional Human Experiences website, or possibly the newsletters that preceded it before the dawn of the Internet. In any event, Ullman's write-up of the Bindelof case can be found here:
That site seems somehow damaged. For example, a lot of the links on this page are broken:

http://www.ehe.org/display/ehe-menu16eb.html?sectid=12

This is supposed to be the actual library of experiences.

David
 
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