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Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity individual or corporate has a copyright on the body of the work. Berlin: Ullstein; Hamilton, T. Some new facts regarding teleplasms. Psychic Science, 9 4 , ; and Lapicque, L. Das Materialisationsproblem nach den Untersuchungen W. Psychische Studien, 48 , In front of a thermometer, reflection of heat. In front of a galvanometer, reflection of electricity.

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It is true that in front of one balance there is nothing there. But is it unreasonable to suppose that this projection of light, heat, and electricity could be accompanied by a projection of mechanical force? We already have projection of light, heat, and electricity. It is not going very far to see as possible, besides these projections of heat, light, and electricity, a projection of mechanical force.

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The Psychic Mafia. Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books. The most famous of materialization mediums, Florence Cook-- though she managed to convince a scientist, Sir William Crookes, that she was genuine-- was repeatedly exposed in fraud. Brady Urbana: University of Illinois Press. Spiritism and Common Sense. Psychical Research Today. The Encyclopedia of the Paranormal 2nd ed. Debates on the Meaning of Life, Evolution, and Spiritualism.

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New York: Taplinger Pub. The Kluski moulds: a reply.


Journal of the Society for Psychical Research. Volume At the time Houdini didn't press the argument further, but later on, experimenting with paraffin, he found no artifice was needed to duplicate Kluski's molds.

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As a series of pictures for a newspaper of the time shows, he immersed his hand in the hot paraffin, let it dry, and then carefully removed the hand from it. When one experiments with this technique, one realizes that it is not the plaster cast that has to be removed from the thin wax mold, which would be impossible to do without breaking the mold.

One almost forgets that what has to be removed is the living hand, possibly the best-suited object to slip out of a mold without damaging it. In fact, a real hand is even more effective than any other artifice dreamed up to substitute for it.