Walter Stewart Stinson

WalterStintonWalter Stewart Stinson (1884-1911), the dead brother of Margery, was a very real and live entity when his younger sister summoned him during her séances. When he was alive, Walter displayed certain psychic abilities, such as levitating tables in broad daylight. But disaster struck at the age of 27 when he was killed by an overturned boxcar at the train yard where he was working. A whimsical, witty, sharp-tongued shade, Walter ordered the sitters at Mina’s table around like children. He assumed the tone of a sagacious master and yet busied himself with tricks to astonish them like a boy of 12.




Source: Margery; An entertaining and intriguing story of one of the most controversial psychics of the century


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