From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
John Bull was a British sunday newspaper established in the City, London, by Theodore Hook in 1820, and was closed in 1964.
Between 1923 and 1930, the magazine published 2 letters and 1 article written by Arthur Conan Doyle.
By Conan Doyle in John Bull
- 29.09.1923 : My Talks with the Dead. The Claims of a Spiritualist (article) 1 ill.
- 03.11.1923 : Conan Doyle's Sensational Challenge (letter)
- 10.11.1923 : Our Great Seance Test (letter)
- 05.07.1930 : Famous Authors on Marriage Morals (symposium) 13 photos
- 18.02.1922 : Saints and Sinners: Pen Portraits of Prominent People, by The Candid Friend, ill. by F. T.
- 20.10.1923 : How Conan Doyle was Tricked, by Sydney A. Moseley
- 17.11.1923 : Triumph of Our Great Seance, by Sydney A. Moseley