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Mediums for the Police

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Mediums for the Police is an article published in the Daily Mail on 15 january 1926, including a part of an interview with Arthur Conan Doyle.


Mediums for the Police

Daily Mail (15 january 1926, p. 5)

"In the future you will find that the police, instead of prosecuting mediums, will have their own little medium in the back parlour to carry out their own enquiries," says Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

"Nothing is more cowardly than medium-baiting," adds Sir Arthur. "We do not know yet what mediumship can produce. I believe mediumship in itself would reform the world."







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