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A Warning

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A Warning is a letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle published in Light on 15 january 1924.


A Warning

Light (15 january 1924, p. 46)

To The Editor of Light.

Sir, — Spiritualists and Psychic Inquirers generally should be warned against a journalist named Sydney Moseley, and also against the paper, "John Bull," for which he has acted. He, acting with the sub-editor of that paper, received an introduction to a medium recently on tne express condition that the personality of the medium should be left out of the question. The psychic results only were to be considered. In spite of this clear understanding, he has now given the name of the medium to the public. The incident is such a breach of journalistic decency and etiquette that I can remember no parallel to it in my experience. — Yours, etc.,

Arthur Conan Doyle.

Windlesham,
Crowborough, Sussex.
January 13th, 1924.







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