Brittain, Annie (ca. 1930)
British trance medium well known during the 1920s. Sir Arthur
Conan Doyle sent many people to her anonymously and
kept records of the reports, which showed a very high average
of success. Her psychic gifts were noticed in early childhood,
when she is said to have played with spirit children and occasionally
fallen into trance.
Doyle, Arthur Conan. The History of Spiritualism. New York
Charles H. Doran, 1926. Reprint, New York Arno Press, 1975.

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