Psychic News (Newspaper)
The oldest Spiritualist weekly newspaper in Britain. It was
founded in 1932 and for many years it was edited by Maurice
Barbanell (1902–1981). After Barbanell’s passing, Tony Ortzen
became the new editor. Psychic News has always been the
preeminent source for news, discussion, and controversy on
Spiritualism in Britain, and, in the absence of a comparable
organ in North America, exerted influence in the United States
and Canada.
For many years the Psychic News maintained a bookshop for
books and magazines connected with Spiritualism and psychical
research. In November 1989, the proprietors, Psychic Press
Ltd., acquired the long established Atlantis Book Shop, 49a
Museum Street, London, WC1A 1LY, and moved their own
book shop to these premises, with an augmented stock of new
and secondhand books on the paranormal, Spiritualism, occult
studies, and New Age topics.
The office of the Psychic News can be contacted at Clock Cottage,
Stansted Hall, Stansted, Essex CM24 8UD, England.

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