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P14ABB. McMoneagle, J, Mind Trek, 1993, Hampton Roads 8vo pbk. 1997, reprinted, 259pp, with diagrams and other illustrations in the text + advertisements. An exploration of consciousness, time, and space through remote viewing, by a former member of the U.S army’s Stargate program. Fine £5

P15C. O’Donnell, E, Family Ghosts, 1st edition, Phillip Allan 1934, 8vo, green cloth with black lettering to spine, 280pp + 6pp advertisements. True stories of ghosts attached to particular families in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, and a section on those in Europe. Cloth a little soiled and marked, spine a little darkened, corners slightly worn. Ownership signature to front end paper, minor spots to the odd margin, text clean and tight, good + overall £8

P018. Peach, E, Things That Go Bump in the Night, 1st edition, Aquarian 8vo pbk. 1991, 172pp. A study of ghosts and apparitions from occult, spiritualist, and parapsychological viewpoints. Ex lib, stamps to title page, lacks front end paper. Scuff mark to spine, covers crease marked. Text clean and tight. A good reading copy £1

P19B. Price, H, The Most Haunted House in England, 1st edition, Longmans, Green & Co. 1940, 8vo, light blue cloth with silver titles to spine, 12 + 255pp including index, with full page plans and other illustrations in the text + 8 plates. The first of Price’s two books devoted to the haunting of Borley rectory, being a record of ten years of investigation. A second followed in 1945 following the rectory’s destruction by fire and Price’s accounts of the phenomena at Borley remain both fascinating and controversial to this day. Covers a little soiled and marked in places, spine titles dull, edges of text block spotted, minor foxing to one leaf and a few margins, text otherwise clean and tight. A good + copy overall of the very scarce first issue £45

P19CE. Price, H, Fifty Years of Psychical Research: A Critical Study, 1st edition, Longmans, Green & Co. 1939, 8vo, purple cloth with silver titles to spine, 12 + 383pp including index, with 3 illustrations in the text + a frontispiece and 14 plates. In the author’s words, the book is a continuation of the critical study of mediums and psychic phenomena outlined by Frank Podmore in his Modern Spiritualism, with further records of experiments and investigations. A few minor marks to cloth, spine slightly darkened, and with crease mark at head, minor foxing to end papers, trivial spots to the odd margin, text clean and tight, a near very good copy of the increasingly uncommon first issue £30

P19E. Randall-Stevens, H.C, A Voice out of Egypt: an Adventure in Clair-Audience, 1st edition, Francis Mott 1935, 8vo, oatmeal cloth with black titles to spine, 202pp + a frontispiece, 4 plates and advertisement leaf, a distillation of the author’s channeled writings on ancient Egypt and Atlantis, arguably more accesible and readable than the earlier works from which they are partly drawn, published under the pseudonym El Eros. It has attracted most attention for its messages pertaining to underground temples on Egypt’s Giza plateau. Cloth a little soiled in places, head of spine and corners rubbed, corners bumped, ownership signature to front end paper, light foxing to title pages, minor spots to the odd margin, text clean and tight. Although reprinted as part of Atlantis to the Latter Days, this original issue has become increasingly scarce, overall a good + copy £25

P19G. (Randall-Stevens, H.C), The Book of Truth or the Voice of Osiris, 2nd edition, Rider 1927, 8vo, navy blue cloth with gilt titles to spine and gilt titles and Egyptian head design to front board, 16 + 201pp + a frontispiece and 44 plates, with an introduction by Peter Miles. One of a series of the author’s books of teachings from ancient Egypt sources, particularly the ‘divine plan’ for mankind and the continued relevance of the ‘ancient mysteries’.  Spine ends and upper corner of front board lightly bumped, a hint of fading to spine panel, gift inscription to front end paper, some occasional foxing throughout, mainly to margins. An increasingly uncommon early issue, and very scarce in the dust wrapper, a good + overall copy in like (largely complete, but lightly soiled in places, small surface scuff mark to surface of front panel slightly affecting the word ‘of’, edges a little worn with a few closed tears and a couple of small chips, some ink transference from inscription to front inner flap) d/w £35

P19H. (Randall-Stevens, H.C), The Teachings of Osiris, 1st edition, Rider 1927,  8vo, navy blue cloth with gilt titles to spine and gilt titles and Egyptian head design to front board, 8 + 135pp, with an introduction by Peter Miles. A series of preliminary spiritual teachings channeled from ancient Egypt that preceded but were first published just after, The Book of Truth. Small fade mark to foot of spine, end papers foxed, gift inscription to front end paper, some occasional light foxing, mainly to margins. The uncommon first issue, now very scarce in the dust wrapper, overall a near very good copy in like (lightly soiled in places, edges lightly rubbed, some ink transference from inscription to front inner flap) d/w £35

P20DOD. Rhine, J.B, The Reach of the Mind, 1948, Penguin pbk. 1954, 198pp including index, with a few diagrams in the text + 8pp plates and publisher’s advertisements. A practical investigation into telepathy and E.S.P. Minor soiling and edge-rubbing to covers, text lightly tanned (a little heavier to outer margins), minor spots to a couple of margins, text otherwise clean and tight. Good + £1.50

P20DRD. Rhine, J.B, Extra-Sensory Perception, 1st English edition, Faber & Faber 1935, 8vo, rebound in red cloth with gilt titles to spine, 32 + 243pp including index + 4pp plates.  An important study, based on actual and well controlled experiments. Ex lib, file number to spine, book plate to front paste-down, some occasional minor foxing, mainly to margins. A good + tight copy £6

P20F. Schwartz, S.A, The Secret Vaults of Time, 1st edition, Grosset & Dunlap 1978, 8vo, mustard yellow cloth, 14 + 370pp including index, with maps, photographs and other illustrations in the text. A study of ‘psychic archaeology’, looking at the work of Frederick Bligh Bond, Edgar Cayce, and various others who used psychic techniques to help unravel archaeological and historical enigmas. Small blind ownership stamp to front end paper. Very good + in like (a few minor marks, price clipped) d/w £8

P21r. Sinclair, Sir J, The Mystical Ladder, n.d, Spiritualist Assocaiation of Great Britain Cr8vo pbk. c. 1950, 102pp, diagrams in text. Psychic development manual covering creative meditation, chakras, etc. Spine worn, covers stained and soiled. Text clean. Uncommon early edition.Good £4.50

P22. Spencer, J and A, The Poltergeist Phenomenon, 1st ed. Headline 1996, 8vo, black cloth, 4 + 311pp incl. index + 16 plates. A sound, but sympathetic study. Near fine in like d/w £6.50

P022A. Streeter, B.H, with A. Clutton-Brock, C.W Emmet, & J.A Hadfield, Immortality, 1st edition, Macmillan 1917, 8vo, blue cloth with gilt titles to spine and green title to front board, 14 + 380pp including index + publisher’s advertisements. An essay on the immortality of the human soul coordinating scientific, Biblical, and Psychical research. A few minor marks to cloth, end papers lightly soiled, small tear to top of front end paper without loss, faint mark to top margin of a few leaves, text clean and tight. A near very good copy £6

P22BC. Various, The Trianon Adventure, 1st edition, Museum Press 1958, 8vo, green cloth with gilt titles to spine, 14 + 106pp including index + a frontispiece, 25pp plates, and folding plan , with an introduction by Joan Evans. A series of papers on the most famous ghost story of all, the Versailles ‘time slip’ case of two women in 1904 who first published their experiences as An Adventure in 1911. Contributors include A.O Gibbons, C.A.E Moberly, and G.W Lambert. Spine dull and faded, boards lightly faded and a little marked in places, slight wear to spine ends, end papers browned, closed tear without loss to folding plan, minor spots to very few margins, text clean and tight. Still about good + overall £12

P22D. Wilson, C, Poltergeist! 1st edition, New English Library 1981, 8vo, black cloth with gilt titles to spine, 382pp including index, with illustrations in the text. A popular study of destructive hauntings, from the Loudon nuns to the black monk of Pontefract. Faint creasing to upper corners of a couple of leaves, otherwise near fine in like d/w £4.50