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Marie marked it as to-read Aug 29, Johan Norberg marked it as to-read May 06, This is what we must admit andex- plain. Open Preview See a Problem? At the time of writing “Haunted Houses,” Flam- marion appears to have been 79 years old, so, for at least more than a half century his opinion on the occult has been estab- lished, yet he enjoins the reader to be “neither credulous nor incredulous” “admit nothing without proof.

In closing the first chapter, page 68, Flammarion writes: It is a heterogeneous col- lection of data relating to so-called psychic phenomena and occult manifestations, substantiated only by the writer’s personal conclusions and opinions.

Marianne Zecca marked it as to-read Nov 04, Stephanie McGarrah marked it as to-read May 11, Bri Fidelity rated it liked it Oct 12, The fervor with which he grasps at and accepts these narra- tions as truth savors of all the subconscious innocence with which an unfortunate victim of dementia persistently repeats narrating the subject of his hallucination and, by his apparent sincerity in so doing the strong card with the Spiritualists- almost forces the conclusion that he, too, has lost his balance on this particular subject.


Haunted Houses

Edited by Max Ebert. Again, why do so few of the millions departed seem- ingly assert themselves? A young woman, Mlle. But the strictest honesty obliges me to announce them. What we must explain is the coincidence of death with apparition. Daniel added it Nov 20, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. We must only admit that which has been proved. None of these new- comers are physically so different from the older stock that the admixture with them could be regarded as of possible biological danger.

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He admits it because he is willing to believe, even with- out evidential proof. Bert Reese pos- sessing supernormal powers. They prove, like the preceding ones, that there are haunted houses, and that those who deny their existence either do not know the facts or act in bad faith.

Jan 05, Sandra rated it it was amazing. Whatever way you look at them, they are to blame.

Haunted Camille Flammarion

Preview — Haunted Houses by Camille Flammarion. I have informed him regarding Daven- port’s confession to me, but nevertheless he will write things as he originally be- lieved, and Flammarion apparently works the same way.

Lilika rated it really liked it Oct 03, Francisco Bifano rated it really liked it Feb 27, Haunted Houses by Camille Flammarion. The old and convenient hypothesis of a simple hal- lucination no longer satisfies us today.

Appleton and Assombrzdas, I It is more likely that the newer admixture into the American stock, which is everywhere proceeding, will on the whole prove a wholesome stimulus and a leaven that will result in a substantial benefit for the future. We must study without prejudice and above all, we must remain free and in- dependent.


Haunted Houses by Camille Flammarion

Kevin marked it as to-read Jan 02, It would also seem xs befitting, be- fore venturing into the depths of “Haunted Houses,” to give a brief refer- ence to the author and his recorded at- titude. I am making a sincere confession.

All through the book he simply accepts statements as This content downloaded from Nuno Branca marked it as to-read Dec 16, In one haunted house in particular that I in- vestigated at four o’clock in the mnorning, dishes would rattle and fall, doors would swing open, and things placed on the shelves would be thrown on the floor.

I know nothing of the cause of these phenomena. Since i Flammarion has produced several volumes bearing on the occult, and in each and every one he has recorded the same assombrada convictions. The prologue of “Haunted Houses” is filled with re-hashed hearsay stories, nar- ration of dreams and hallucinary recur- rences, many years after the dream might have been experienced or the thing have seemed to happen.