Imoda, Enrico (ca. 1912)
Pioneer Italian psychical researcher. Dr. Imoda conducted
a series of methodical experiments in Turin with the medium
Linda Gazzera in the house of Marquise de Ruspoli. His book
Fotografie di fantasmi (1912), with a preface by Charles Richet,
Encyclopedia of Occultism & Parapsychology • 5th Ed. Imoda, Enrico
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contains photographs of what is purported to be ectoplasm
produced by Gazzera. In 1908 Dr. Imoda experimented with
the famous medium Eusapia Palladino and claimed that radiations
resembling those of radium and the cathode rays of Sir
William Crookes emanated from the medium.
Sources
Imoda, Enrico. ‘‘The Action of Eusapia Palladino on the
Electroscope.’’ Annals of Psychical Science 7, 4445, (August–September
1908).