Beyond Light and Shadow.

The Role of Photography in Certain Paranormal Phenomena: An Historical Survey.

Text by Rolf H. Krauss.
Nazraeli Press, Munich, English, 1995. In Germany. 205 pp., numerous black-and-white illustrations, 6¾x9½".

It is well known that early in the history of photography the camera's powers of observation were set to scientific purposes. Here Rolf H. Krauss has set out to document its use as a tool for research into the world of paranormal phenomena. Included within his thorough text are images from Emil Jacobsen's study Electrograph of the antipathy between two Vienna sausages, 1898, numerous images of ghosts and fairies, and Dr. Istrati's Iconograph of Dr. Istrati, produced by thought transference over a great distance.

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