The Baylis Case

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The Baylis Case is a letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle published in the magazine Light on 17 december 1927.


The Baylis Case

Light (17 december 1927, p. 620)

FURTHER TESTIMONY.

Sir, — It is only fair to Mrs. Baylis to say that my wife and I have had from her definite and final proof of the reality of her psychic powers, and that I have heard from many who have had similar experiences. I agree that it would be better that Mr. Baylis should not be present, but so far as the checks or want of checks upon the medium are concerned, they differ in no way from those of Phoenix, Sloane, or Valiantine.

Yours, etc.,
ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE.