The Spiritualists and the Detectives

Detective Bristol , " the retired Banker , " in Clover . - Tabitha , Amanda , and Hannah individually and collectively woo him . ... Terre Haute and its Spiritualists -Mrs . Deck's Boarding - house . - The Nettleton Family broken up .

The Spiritualists and the Detectives


Ghost Seers Detectives and Spiritualists

Detective. fiction's. uncanny. published serially in the Strand Magazine between august 1901 and april 1902, ... The spiritualist idiom is appropriate here, not just because Doyle became a passionate advocate of spiritualism,3 but ...

Ghost Seers  Detectives  and Spiritualists

This book is a study of the narrative techniques that developed for two very popular forms of fiction in the nineteenth century - ghost stories and detective stories - and the surprising similarities between them in the context of contemporary theories of vision and sight. Srdjan Smajić argues that to understand how writers represented ghost-seers and detectives, the views of contemporary scientists, philosophers, and spiritualists with which these writers engage have to be taken into account: these views raise questions such as whether seeing really is believing, how much of what we 'see' is actually only inferred, and whether there may be other (intuitive or spiritual) ways of seeing that enable us to perceive objects and beings inaccessible to the bodily senses. This book will make a real contribution to the understanding of Victorian science in culture, and of the ways in which literature draws on all kinds of knowledge.

The Spiritualists and the Detectives

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The Spiritualists and the Detectives

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The Greatest Cases of Pinkerton National Detective Agency

Table of Contents The Expressman and the Detective The Somnambulist and the Detective The Murderer and the Fortune Teller The Spiritualists and the Detectives Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives Don Pedro and the Detectives Poisoner ...

The Greatest Cases of Pinkerton National Detective Agency

Pinkerton National Detective Agency is a private security guard and detective agency established in the United States by Scotsman Allan Pinkerton in 1850. This edition includes: The Expressman and the Detective The Somnambulist and the Detective The Murderer and the Fortune Teller The Spiritualists and the Detectives Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives Don Pedro and the Detectives Poisoner and the Detectives Bucholz and the Detectives The Burglar's Fate and the Detectives

The Greatest Detective Books of Allan Pinkerton

The Spiritualists and the Detectives Table of Contents PREFACE. CHAPTER I. CHAPTER II. CHAPTER III. CHAPTER IV. CHAPTER V. CHAPTER VI. CHAPTER VII. CHAPTER VIII. CHAPTER IX. CHAPTER X. CHAPTER XI. CHAPTER XII CHAPTER XIII. CHAPTER XIV.

The Greatest Detective Books of Allan Pinkerton

Musaicum Press presents to you a collection of true crime and detective stories written by the Allan Pinkerton. Contents: The Expressman and the Detective The Somnambulist and the Detective The Murderer and the Fortune Teller The Spiritualists and the Detectives Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives Don Pedro and the Detectives Poisoner and the Detectives Bucholz and the Detectives The Burglar's Fate and the Detectives The Spy of the Rebellion

Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives

DON PEDRO AND THE DETECTIVES . POISONER AND THE DETECTIVES . BY ALLAN PINKERTON , AUTHOR OF 86 " " 66 99 66 ' THE EXPRESSMAN AND THE DETECTIVE , " " THE MODEL TOWN AND THE DETECTIVES , THE SPIRITUALISTS AND THE DETECTIVES , THE MOLLIE ...

Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives


Buchols and the Detectives

BY ALLAN PINKERTON , AUTHOR OF 9 THE EXPRESSMAN AND THE DETECTIVE , THE MODEL TOWN AND THE DETECTIVES , ” “ THE SPIRITUALISTS AND THE DETECTIVES , THE MOLLIE MAGUIRES AND THE DETECTIVES , STRIKERS , COMMUNISTS , TRAMPS AND DETECTIVES ...

Buchols and the Detectives


Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives Don Pedro and the Detectives Poisoner and the Detectives

MISSISSIPPI OUTLAWS AND THE DETECTIVES. DON PEDRO AND THE DETECTIVES. POISONER AND THE DETECTIVES. BY ALLAN PINKERTON, AUTHOR OF "THE EXPRESSMAN AND THE DETECTIVE," "THE MODEL TOWN AND THE DETECTIVES," "THE SPIRITUALISTS AND THE ...

Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives  Don Pedro and the Detectives  Poisoner and the Detectives

The southern and border states, since the close of the war of the rebellion, have been the frequent scenes of extensive and audacious robberies. This has been largely owing to the sparsely-settled condition of certain districts, to the disorder and lawlessness generated by the war, and to the temptations offered by the carelessness of many persons having large sums intrusted to their care in transit through lonely and desolate localities. The express companies have always been favorite objects of attack by thieves of every grade, from the embezzling cashier to the petty sneak-thief, and some of the operations connected with the detection of this class of criminals are among the most difficult and dangerous that have ever been intrusted to me. Probably a no more reckless and desperate body of men were ever banded together in a civilized community than those who were brought to my attention in 1871 by the Southern Express Company's officers in Memphis; and I consider the successful termination of my efforts in this case as of the greatest value to the people of the South and West. The whole affair was conducted with such a limited force, and under such adverse circumstances, that I take pride in here recording the history of the affair and my connection with it. Though I maintained a general supervision of the operation, my eldest son, William A. Pinkerton, was the person having immediate charge of the matter, and to his energy, perseverance, and sagacity is mainly attributable our success. Some time in the latter part of July, 1871, an express messenger on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad was overpowered by three men at Moscow, Kentucky, and his safe was robbed of about sixteen hundred dollars. The manner of effecting the robbery was a very bold one, showing the presence of men of experience in crime. The loss was not heavy, but the company made every effort to discover the robbers, in the hope of bringing them to a severe punishment as a warning to other criminals. In spite, however, of the efforts of two of my men, who were immediately sent to the scene of the robbery, the guilty parties escaped into the almost impenetrable swamps along the Mississippi River, and the chase was reluctantly abandoned, as it was impossible to tell where they would come out or cross the river. The amount stolen was not sufficiently large to warrant the expenditure of much time or money in the pursuit of the thieves, and my men were soon wholly withdrawn from the operation. In order, however, to guard against a repetition of such a raid, an extra man was placed in each express car to act as guard to the regular messenger. It was considered that two men, well armed, ought to be surely able to protect the company against further loss, and everything ran smoothly until October 21, 1871. At this time, the money shipments by express were very heavy, as a rule, and orders were given that special care should be exercised by all the employés having money packages in charge.

The Gypsies and the Detectives

THE GYPSIES AND THE DETECTIVES . BY ALLAN PINKERTON , AUTHOR OF 9 " TIE EXPRESSMAN AND THE DETECTIVE , " THE MODEL TOWN AND THE DETECTIVES , " THE SPIRITUALISTS AND THE DETECTIVES , THE MOLLIE MAGUIRES AND THE DETECTIVES , STRIKERS ...

The Gypsies and the Detectives


The Rail road Forger and the Detectives

THE RAIL - ROAD FORGER AND THE DETECTIVES . BY ALLAN PINKERTON , AUTHOR OF 66 2 THE EXPRESSMAN AND TIIE DETECTIVE , ” . THE MODEL TOWN AND THIE DETECTIVES , ” THE SPIRITUALISTS AND THE DETECTIVES , ” THE MOLLIE MAGUIRES AND THE ...

The Rail road Forger and the Detectives


The Art of Detective Fiction

For other biographical information, I am indebted to Kathryn Denning's lecture on spiritualism and archaeology at the 'Victorian Supernatural' conference held at the University of North London in November 1995. Sayers, Strong Poison, pp ...

The Art of Detective Fiction

In the hands of many of the great writers, the unravelling of mystery is only one strand within a complex project. Other things get unravelled, too - the belief in a rationally explicable world, in the beneficent, ordering force of culture and civilization. Constantly the detective story delights in muddying the waters, in acknowledging the omnipresent possibilities of anarchy and carnage. As a genre, it is supremely able to combine popular appeal with the ability to disturb, provoke and challenge the reader. The essays in this volume all pay tribute to, and seek to account for, the astonishing durability of the detective story as a narrative genre. They range generously, taking a variety of theoretical approaches and including detective fiction in languages other than English, but particular attention is paid to the 'Golden Age' of English detective story-writing and to the 'hard-boiled' American version of the genre. This is a collection that will appeal to the scholar and to the devotee alike; to all those, in fact, who cannot resist the lure of finding out whodunit.

Strikers Communists Tramps and Detectives

MMUNISTS , TRAMPS AND DETECTIVES , BY ALLAN PINKERTON , AUTHOR OF BE EXPRESSMAN AND THE DETECTIVE , " “ CLAUDE MELNOTTE AS A DETECTIVE , " " THE DETECTIVE AND THE SOMNAMBULIST , THE MODEL TOWN AND THE DETECTIVES , THE SPIRITUALISTS AND ...

Strikers  Communists  Tramps and Detectives


Bucholz and the Detectives

ALLAN PINKERTON'S GREAT DETECTIVE STORIES , 1 - THE MOLLIE MAGUIRES AND DETECTIVES . 2 .-- STRIKERS , COMMUNISTS , AND DETECTIVES . 3. - CRIMINAL REMINISCENCES AND DETECTIVES 4. ... THE SPIRITUALISTS AND DETECTIVES .

Bucholz and the Detectives

The following pages narrate a story of detective experience, which, in many respects, is alike peculiar and interesting, and one which evinces in a marked degree the correctness of one of the cardinal principles of my detective system, viz.: "That crime can and must be detected by the pure and honest heart obtaining a controlling power over that of the criminal."

You Know My Method

The Science of the Detective J. Kenneth Van Dover. Pinkerton In addition to the following narratives of his agency's detective investigations , Allan Pinkerton is credited with the ... The Spiritualists and the Detectives , 1877 .

You Know My Method

By 1940, the detective had established himself as the most reliably popular figure in popular literature, and science had become the custodian of truth in the modern world. These two developments were not unrelated. The detective borrowed his essential technique from the scientist; he repaid the debt by demonstrating how the sometimes threatening power of science could be applied to inherently moral ends. Science might transform a Dr. Jekyll into a Mr.

Criminal Reminiscences and Detective Sketches

THE MOLLIE MAGUIRES AND DETECTIVES . 2. - STRIKERS , COMMUNISTS , AND DETECTIVES . 3. - CRIMINAL REMINISCENCES AND DETECTIVES . 4. - THE MODEL TOWN AND DETECTIVES , 5. — THE SPIRITUALISTS AND DETECTIVES . 6.

Criminal Reminiscences and Detective Sketches


A Double Life and the Detectives

THE MOLLIE MAGUIRES AND DETECTIVES . 2. - STRIKERS , COMMUNISTS , AND DETECTIVES . 3. - CRIMINAL REMINISCENCES AND DETECTIVES . 4. - THE MODEL TOWN AND DETECTIVES . 5. - THE SPIRITUALISTS AND DETECTIVES . 6.

A Double Life and the Detectives


Claude Melnotte and the Detectives

With Other Detective Stories Allan Pinkerton. GREAT DETECTIVE DETECTIVE STORIES . 8 . 1. - THE MOLLIE MAGUIRES AND DETECTIVES . 2. ... THE SPIRITUALISTS AND DETECTIVES . 6. - THE EXPRESSMEN AND DETECTIVES . 7.

Claude Melnotte and the Detectives


The Model Town and the Detectives

Bryon as a Detective ; [The Hard Life of the Detective] Allan Pinkerton. ALLAN PINKERTON'S GREAT DETECTIVE STORIES . 1. - THE MOLLIE MAGUIRES AND DETECTIVES . ... THE SPIRITUALISTS AND DETECTIVES . 6. THE EXPRESSMEN AND DETECTIVES . 7.

The Model Town and the Detectives


The Molly Maguires and the Detectives

THE EXPRESSMAN AND THE DETECTIVE , etc. THE MOLLY MAGUIRES AND DETECTIVES . ... THE SPIRITUALISTS AND DETECTIVES . These wonderful Detective Stories by Allan Pincerton are having an unprecedented success . Their sale 8 fast approaching ...

The Molly Maguires and the Detectives


The Somnambulist and the Detective

MOLLIE MAGUIRES AND DETECTIVES . 2. – STRIKERS , COMMUNISTS , AND DETECTIVES . 3 - CRIMINAL REMINISCENCES AND DETECTIVES . 4. -THE MODEL TOWN AND DETECTIVES . 5. - SPIRITUALISTS AND DETECTIVES . 6. - EXPRESSMAN AND DETECTIVE . 7.

The Somnambulist and the Detective