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Another Spiritualistic Swindle.

Mrs Hatch has for many years been a conspicuous spiritual medium in Boston. Her specialty is the production of flowers from spirit sources. She gave a seance a few evenings ago at a private residence. The lights were extinguished, as usual, and the persons in the circle were enjoined to hold fast to each other’s hands. All the gas burners in the room ’had been connected with an electric lighting apparatus, and suddenly the apartment was brightly illuminated. The medium was completely exposed. In her lap was a pile of flowers, and she was caught in the act of tossing them into the air.

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Another Spiritualistic Swindle., Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 15, 30 October 1879

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Another Spiritualistic Swindle. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 15, 30 October 1879

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