Mediums & Psychics

Brazilian medium (1949-2018)  well-known in Brazil and Europe for paintings made in trance at high speed and attributed to deceased artists from Leonardo da Vinci to Picasso.

Israeli-born celebrity psychic known for metal-bending and telepathic feats.

Texts communicated through a medium, seemingly by deceased former monks of Glastonbury Abbey in the southwest of England in an attempt to help an archaeologist with excavations. 

Investigation of a Florida housewife who exhibits psychic effects, notably the spontaneous, involuntary and seemingly inexplicable appearance on her skin and clothes of flakes of golden-like brass foil.

Report of a controversial investigation by the newly founded Society for Psychical Research, which concluded that claims of seance-type phenomena relating to leaders of Theosophy, principally Helena Blavatasky, were false. 

Daniel Dunglas Home (1833-1886) was perhaps the best-known spirit medium of the nineteenth century, associated with a wide range of psychokinetic phenomena, of which some were observed in controlled conditions. 

Icelandic trance medium (1883-1910) who produced physical phenomena of strength and variety comparable to that of DD Home. The phenomena were closely observed and detailed records were kept; no fraudulent behaviour was ever reported. 

Communications through a trance medium purporting to come from the surviving spirit of a recently deceased teenager, that were highly evidential and are often cited as convincing evidence of survival of death. 

Polish banker (1873-1943) who exhibited psychic abilities and for some years submitted to investigation as a materialization medium. His séances were notable for producing wax moulds of ectoplasmic forms. 

British trance medium who collaborated with investigators of the Society for Psychical Research in the 1920s and 1930s, notable for innovative approaches such as proxy sittings and book tests.