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Rod Fryer hears his brother call out



Type of Spiritual Experience

Inter composer communication

Number of hallucinations: 1


A description of the experience

Flammarion, C., Carroll, L [translator], - Death and its mystery: before death, proofs of the existence of the soul

The author of the account, Mr. Rod Fryer ("Hallucinations télpathiques," page 293 ), writes;

January, 1883. A strange event took place in the autumn of the year 1879. One of my brothers was away from home, when one afternoon, at about half-past five, I was astonished to hear myself called distantly by my name. I recognized the voice of my brother so clearly that I ran all over the house to find him; but as I did not find him, and knowing that he was forty miles from there, I ended by believing it an illusion, and thought no more of it.

When my brother arrived, six days later, he told me that he had just escaped a very serious accident. As he was getting off the train his foot had slipped and he had fallen his entire length on the platform.

"'What is very curious" he said, "is that when I felt myself falling I called you." This fact did not strike me at the moment, but when I asked him at what hour it had happened he named an hour which exactly corresponded with that in which I had heard him.

When he was questioned, Mr. John E. E, Fryer, the victim of the accident, wrote as follows:

Newbridge Road, November 16, 1885. I was making a trip in 1879 and had to stop at Gloucester. As I got off the train I fell and an employee of the railroad helped me to rise. He asked me if I had hurt myself and if any one was traveling with me. I answered, no, to both questions and asked him why he was so much interested. He answered: “Because you called out the name ‘Rod'.”

When I reached home I related the incident, and my brother asked me the hour and the day. He then told me that he had heard me call him at that moment. He was so sure that it was my voice that he had searched carefully over the house.

The source of the experience

Ordinary person

Concepts, symbols and science items



Science Items

Activities and commonsteps