Ghost Hunters: William James and the Search for Scientific Proof of Life After Death
Traces how the respected psychologist brother of Henry James announced his belief in the paranormal at the end of the nineteenth century and set out to gather scientific data proving the existence of ghosts, an endeavor in which he formed the American Society for Psychical Research along with contemporaries Richard Hodgson and James Hyslop. Reprint.
Deborah Blum ist Professorin für Journalismus an der University of Wisconsin und Präsidentin der National Association of Science Writers. Sie lebt in Madison, Wisconsin.