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Night-Side of Nature; Or, Ghosts and Ghost-Seers

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In Night-Side of Nature, Catherine Crowe explores the realm of the supernatural with a mix of curiosity and skepticism. She draws on a wide range of historical accounts and personal experiences to delve into the world of ghosts and ghost-seers.

Crowe's writing is engaging and thought-provoking, as she delves into the various theories and beliefs surrounding ghostly phenomena. She presents a balanced perspective, acknowledging the complexities of the subject matter while also maintaining a sense of wonder and intrigue.

While some may find Crowe's skepticism refreshing, others may be left wanting more concrete conclusions. However, her willingness to consider multiple perspectives and entertain various possibilities adds depth to the discussion.

Overall, Night-Side of Nature is a fascinating exploration of the supernatural that will appeal to both believers and skeptics alike. Crowe's insightful analysis and engaging storytelling make this book a compelling read for anyone interested in the mysteries of the paranormal.

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The stories in Volume 1 centre on dreams, psychic presentiments, traces, wraiths, doppelgängers, apparitions, and imaginings of the after-life. Crowe's vivid tales, written with great energy and imagination, are classic examples of nineteenth-century spiritualist writing and strongly influenced other authors as well as providing inspiration for later adherents of ghost-seeing and psychic culture. - Summary by Cambridge University Press

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