Book Details + Condition: E.P. Dutton & Company (New York). Second edition, 1919. Hardcover. Blue cloth binding with gilt text to cover and spine. 246 pages. Volume by New Zealander researcher William Jackson Crawford describing his experiences within the "Goligher Circle," a community of clairvoyants and researchers revolving around the Irish medium Kathleen Goligher in the early 20th century. In this book, Crawford mainly investigates instances of levitation, as well as noises and "raps," which he concludes are made by projected "rods" from the bodies of mediums. Contains diagrams and illustrations of topical objects. Firm binding; light wear to boards and extremities; interior is clean and free of markings, save extensive research notes to rear endpapers.