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“As we passed out of Brattleboro my sense of constraint and foreboding increased, for a vague quality in the hill-crowded countryside with its towering, threatening, close-pressing green and granite slopes hinted at obscure secrets and immemorial survivals which might or might not be hostile to mankind.
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“Although I have always been curious about the ‘occult’…it has never been one of my major interests, like philosophy, or science, or even music. …It was not until two years ago, when I began the systematic research for this book, that I realised that the evidence for such matters as life after death, out-of-body experiences (astral projection), reincarnation.