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HEFFERAN, Albert
HEFFERAN, Albert
HEFFERAN, Albert
HEFFERAN, Albert

HEFFERAN, Albert

Child Unveils the Truth of Life After Death

Grand Rapids, MI: Minit print of Grand Rapids, 1969. 40pp.; illus. Octavo; saddle-stapled in illustrated card wraps. Rubbing and wear to spine and corners. Very good or better. Signed, dated (1969), and inscribed by the author to front cover recto.

An account of the author's investigations into Daisy Dryden (1854-1864), a California girl who for three days before her premature death described visions of life after death. Heffernan recounts aspects of Dryden's life as purportedly communicated to him via "spirit-thought-transmission," before reprinting a sketch of Dryden's life as written by her father thirty years after her death. The "first venture in writing" by a Grand Rapids native and self-described "enthusiastic student of the Occult and Parapsychology." Scarce; OCLC locates only a single holding.

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