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Edmonds, Judge John Worth - One day, an unknown entity caused my wife to speak the purest Scotch dialect



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Death and its Mystery – After Death – Camille Flammarian

Here is a similar story, also related by Judge Edmonds:

One day, an unknown entity caused my wife to speak the purest Scotch dialect. This entity had taken the name of a woman from Paisley, Scotland, who informed us of her death; she said that she had died in that town some days earlier. We learned that she was the grandmother of one of the members of our circle who had come to America about a year before.

Three or four days afterward the same individuality manifested itself, using as a medium Miss Scongall, a young person from Rockfort, Illinois, who knows no Scotch at all. She announced her death through this young woman as well, speaking her usual dialect and giving various details as to the house in which she was living: the garden, the trees, etc.

Miss Scongall had not been present at the first manifestation of this woman, and knew nothing about it. A young man who had a personal interest in the communication, asked various questions, that he might verify the identity of the entity manifesting itself. He sought information concerning certain people,-among others, those whom he had known in Scotland,-and got replies that were satisfactory in every respect.

The same spirit manifested itself at several consecutive seances, and gave undeniable proofs of its identity. The young man's conviction was so absolute that he wrote at once to his friends in Scotland and informed them of his grandmother's death, taking care to indicate the source of his information.

The letters which he afterward received confirmed the news fully.

The source of the experience

Edmonds, Judge John Worth

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