Journal of the Society for Psychical Research
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
The Journal of the Society for Psychical Research is a monthly British booklet published continuously since 1884, promoting the Society's aim of examining "without prejudice or prepossession and in a scientific spirit those faculties of man, real or supposed, which appear to be inexplicable on any generally recognised hypothesis. The Journal's contents reflect the wide range of our contributors' specialisms and interests and include reports of current laboratory and fieldwork research, as well as theoretical, methodological and historical papers with a bearing on the field of parapsychology.
Between 1919 and 1930, the journal published 3 letters written by Arthur Conan Doyle.
By Conan Doyle in the JSPR
- 01.1919 : Correspondence (letter)
- 07.1926 : The Cases of Moss and Munnings (letter)
- 03.1930 : Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Resignation (letter)