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J. Turquin, an Instructor in the Ardennes, and the ghost of a 12 year old boy’s cousin



Type of Spiritual Experience


Number of hallucinations: 1


A description of the experience

Death and its Mystery: After Death – Camille Flammarion

March, 1899, the following letter was written by a boy about twelve years old:

I did not know what fear was. One of my cousins, with whom I had taken a walk the evening before and talked with until half- past nine, died suddenly at eleven o'clock. At four o'clock in the morning (it was in the month of August) I left the farm, to go to school as usual, but earlier than I generally did, to report his death at the town hall.

At eleven I usually went to ring the bell and wind the clock. The latter was in the tower of the church. In order to reach it, it was necessary to climb a long spiral staircase and cross a loft about twenty meters long. The teacher stopped me that day and said to me, "If you don't want to go up alone to wind the clock to-day, stay down, and I'll go myself."

“l?" I said. “Why shouldn't I want to?" I am telling all this to explain my state of mind at that moment I remember very well that I said to myself, "How funny that the teacher asked me that question!"

When I reached the loft I was, therefore, very much surprised to see my cousin standing there, hiding a part of the door which led to the clock. The light from the window in the roof fell right on his face. He was in his working-clothes, and was looking at me hard, his face a little sad. I picked up a small iron bar which lay on the floor, and going forward, I threw it right at the apparition.

The bar struck the door with a dull sound and the illusion - if it was an illusion, for your accounts make me doubt this - vanished. Then I wound the clock and went away. My cousin was on my right, in the loft, leaving me a free passage this time, and smiling.

“This is too much!" I said out loud, as if to prove to myself that I was not dreaming. The phantom made a movement as though to raise its arms, and disappeared suddenly. I went downstairs quickly and told my story to the teacher, who said to me, “Now you’ll know what fear is.”

(Vouched for by) J. TURQUIN, Instructor,


The source of the experience

Ordinary person

Concepts, symbols and science items



Science Items

Activities and commonsteps





Being a child