You are visiting Aisle
B-3 in the Book & A/V Room,
of the Garland Memorial Library
Even though the evidence for Survival is convincingly presented in the
various cases and documents in the Evidence Room of this library,
inquiring minds are well advised to reinforce their convictions by
reading reports written by other researchers or told, first hand, by
those who have actually expeienced evidential events.
In this aisle, you
will find the best books offering evidence presented via mediums and
other methods of intentionally contacting the spirit realms.
Other aisles feature works specializing in other types of evidence.
Click on a title to purchase or learn more about an item. The opinions expressed in these works do not necessarily reflect the views of the
Academy, its members, or staff.
Allan L., with R.Craig Hogan, Induced After Death Communication,
Hampton Roads Publishing Company, 2005, 202 pages.|
Arthur, and Margueritte Harmon Bro, Nothing So Strange,
Paperback Library, 1958/1968, 217 pages.|
Hamlin, The Mystery of the Buried Crosses, E.P. Dutton
& Co., 1939, 352 pages.
Raymond, Jr., Reunions, Villard Books, 1993, 192 pges.
Gary, with William L. Simon, The Afterlife Experiments,
Pocket Books, 2002, 374 pages.|
Allen, with William V. Rauscher, Arthur Ford: The Man Who
Talked with the Dead, New American Library, 1973, 301 pages.|
Thomas, There Is A River: The Story Of Edgar Cayce,
Dell Publishing Co., 1942, 384 pages.
|White, Stewart Edward, The Betty Book,
E.P. Dutton & Co., 1937, 302 pages|
and Harwood White, Across the Unknown, E.P. Dutton
& Co., 1939, 316 pages. |
The Unobstructed Universe, E.P. Dutton &
Co., 1940, 320 pages.|