Crime and the Occult. How ESP and Parapsychology Help Detection. Crime, the Occult.

Crime and the Occult. How ESP and Parapsychology Help Detection.

New York, NY: Taplinger, 1974. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. 260pp. Black cloth with gilt title, etc. to spine, bibliography and index. Paul Tabori (1908 – 1974) was a Hungarian-Jewish author, and psychical researcher who resided in England from 1938 onwards. Tabori wrote a number of books on the occult, and is probably best known for his biography of Harry Price, famous ghost hunter aptly titled "Harry Price: The Biography of a Ghost-hunter." As the title suggests, in this volume Tabori looks at how ESP and parapsychology has helped law enforcement solve crimes, from classic prewar European murders to the Manson family. Very light shelf-wear and dust, top edge darkened and foxed - otherwise a tight clean VG+ copy in VG dust jacket. (Dust jacket a bit rubbed overall, some browning to extremities, not clipped - now in mylar cover.). Item #15833
ISBN: 0800820282

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