The case of Lester Coltman / by Lilian Walbrook ; [inspired by the spirit of the late Lt. R. Lester Coltman, Coldstream Guards] ; with introduction by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
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- ISBN: 9781546863144
- Physical Description: 118 pages ; 23 cm
- Publisher: [United States] : [CreateSpace], 
Originally published: London : Hutchinson, 1924.
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"An obscure occult classic, 'The Case of Lester Coltman' documents personal messages received by automatic writing through the hand of Miss Lilian Walbrook, the aunt of the young officer concerned. The messages were received at the end of 1922, five years after his death in the first World War. These messages were delivered in a manner that would preclude the suggestion of fraud. Per Lester Coltman: 'For God's sake, strike at these people, these dolts who will not believe. The world so needs this knowledge. If I had only known while on earth, it would have so altered my life had I known what lay before me.'"--Publisher's description.
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|Subject:||Coltman, R. Lester, -1917.