Tag Archives: Dreams

1865: Dream

May 3, 1869 Rev. and Dear Sir, After many delays I send you a short account of the dream which excited your interest last summer. In the fall of 1865, I think it was in the month of November, while … Continue reading

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1922: Dreams of Orphan Children

While giving mental tests to children in various orphanages I have occasionally asked the children about their dreams. The questions were usually put in this way: “Do you ever have dreams at night?” and, if the child nodded or said … Continue reading

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1911: Autumn Leaves

From the December 9, 1911 issue of The Outlook: A number of years ago I was invited to visit a friend who lived at a large and beautiful country-seat on the Hudson. Shortly after my arrival I started, with a … Continue reading

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1882: A Singular Event

I am obliged to record in my journal of this date (April 16, 1882) a singular event which I am forced to believe because of the overwhelming evidence. Yesterday, while engaged in the trial of Richard Mandel…I was brought to … Continue reading

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1890: Some Horrible Presence which Still Remained

Simultaneous Dreams No. 52.—From Miss INA BIDDER. Ravensbury Park, Mitcham June l0th, 1890. The night before last a curious case of what I cannot but call telepathy occurred between myself and my sister. (We sleep in the same room.) For … Continue reading

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1689: The Princess’s Dream

THE DREAM of Princess Mary of Modena, Wife to James II, late King of England Saturday the 24th of December, 1689, after I had heard Midnight Mass, I went to Bed somewhat melancholy; and being asleep about break of Day, … Continue reading

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1891: The Young Woman in Dress and Appearance Corresponded with the Visitor of the Dream

When living in Glasgow we had a neighbour, the Rev. Donald McKinnon, who resided in a villa next to ours, with whom we were on very friendly terms. His wife had been dead some time, and the old gentleman kept … Continue reading

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