New York: Claude Kendall, Publisher, 1932.
First edition. 343 pp. Black cloth with gilt lettering, red topstain. Bottom edge rubbed, else Fine in a Very Good+ dust jacket, rubbed, head-chipped, with a small creased tear to bottom of front panel that is mended with tape on verso. The American paranormal researcher's final book, in which he incorporated his theories of innate human psychic power to account for such various phenomena like spontaneous human combustion, psychokinesis, werewolves, and seemingly insoluble, illogical crimes. Item #140939852