Writings By Harry Price
The Plates (with original page numbering)
"Slade" Table. (Closed)
This was the table used in the early sittings with Stella C. Violent manifestations of psychic power were witnessed by its means. Weight: 43 1/2 pounds.
"Slade" Table. (Open)
The historic table as used for many years by "Dr." Henry Slade, the slate-writing medium. This table was the principle "exhibit" at his trial in October, 1876.
"Pugh" Table. 1.
Showing complete structure, with grilles in position, and inner cage-table enclosed in gauze. The flap to inner table is shown raised.
"Pugh" Table. 2.
Showing the inner cage-table, enclosed by means of gauze of fine mesh, and with shelf for musical toys, etc. The flap is shown raised.
A, glass shade covering; B, brass cup sealed by means of soap film; C, stand, with levelling screws; D, red light indicator, hermetically sealed by glass shade; F, wooden base of indicator; E, heavily-insulated rubber cable connecting transmitter and indicator
A, stand of transmitter; B, brass cup of transmitter, (showing insulated contact-maker in situ), which is sealed by means of soap bubble or film; C, insulated red light indicator on wooden base; D, glass shade covering brass cup and protecting soap film.
Pressure Flap. 1.
A, wall-box, bell, and flex; B, graduated flap contact-maker
Pressure Flap. 2.
A, wall-box, containing battery; B, bell indicator; C, flex; D, the graduated flap.
Apparatus for Indicating and Measuring Air Pressures. (Open.)
A, vulcanite mouthpiece; B, platinum tongues swinging on metal bar; C, battery; D, switch.
Apparatus for Indicating and Measuring Air Pressures. (Closed.)
A, vulcanite mouthpiece; B, electric bell indicator; C, switch.
Photograph of smoked tin plate of Pressure Flap Apparatus, showing striated marks, lines, etc., of psychic origin, obtained through the mediumship of Stella C., June 7th, '23. See account of Sitting No. 10.
Photograph of "Crawford" table, weight about 12 pounds, entirely smashed by the "force" at work through Stella C. See sitting No. 3.
A, luminous screen; B, table control switch; C, and D, trumpet and bell placed in the pencil of light; E, Wratten ruby filter in holder; F, Zeiss telephoto lens used as projector, connected with lamp and battery G.
A, aluminium bell; B, piano; C, celluloid trumpet; D, auto-harp; E, Pan pipes; F, mouth-organ; G, rubber dog squeaker; H, rattle bells. All these objects were operated upon by unseen psychic forces.
Reproduction of Portion of Front Page of London Daily Mail of Saturday, May 19, 1923.
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