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Choose from 24 pictures in our Fraudulent collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Automatic photograph of sitters and Rudi Schneider at sance Featured Print

Automatic photograph of sitters and Rudi Schneider at sance

Automatic photograph of sitters and Rudi Schneider at a sance at the National Laboratory of Psychical Research, 8 March 1932. Harry Price and Professor David Fraser-Harris are controlling Schneider. Rudi Schneider is breaking free of control with his arm stretched behind him (8 March 1932. This is one of series of photographs documenting Harry Price's investigations into the mediumistic abilities of the brothers Rudi and Willi Schneider. HPG/1/6/2 (xii"

© Mary Evans Picture Library/HARRY PRICE

Photograph of a reconstruction of one of the teleplasmic ha Featured Print

Photograph of a reconstruction of one of the teleplasmic ha

Photograph of a reconstruction of one of the teleplasmic "hands" or pseudopods, often witnessed at the Rudi Schneider sances, 1929. This photograph also shows Rudi Schneider being controlled by Harry Price during a sance. This is one of series of photographs documenting Harry Price's investigations into the mediumistic abilities of the brothers Rudi and Willi Schneider. Rudi Schneider (27 July 1908 - 1957), son of Josef Schneider and brother of Willi Schneider, was an Austrian spritualist and Physical Medium. His career was covered extensively by the journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, and he took part in a number of notable experiments conducted by paranormal researchers/debunkers, including Harry Price, Albert von Schrenck-Notzing and Eric J. Dingwall. Some of which declared him to be a fraud, and others of which were unable to find evidence of trickery. HPG/1/6/2 (vii)"

© Mary Evans Picture Library/HARRY PRICE