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Book review: A Natural History of Ghosts, by Roger Clarke

Roger Clarke is an Independent columnist who has long been fascinated by ghosts. He grew up in a reputedly haunted house, although he did not see any ghosts himself there, and at the age of fifteen he was invited to join the Society for Psychical Research. With this background one might have expected a critical study of the paranormal, but this isn't what we get. In fact, Clarke doesn't seem to have made up his mind about exactly what kind of book he was going to write. More

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