Randall, Edward Caleb (1860–1935)
American lawyer, author, Spiritualist, and psychical researcher.
He was born at Ripley, New York, on July 19, 1860.
He was educated at Allegheny College and practiced as a lawyer
in Buffalo, New York, from 1884 onward. He became president
of the Niagara Terminal Corporation, the American SuperPower
Corporation and the South Buffalo Gas Corporation.
He experimented with the direct voice medium Emily S.
French for 20 years, during which period she refused to accept
fees or compensation. Randall also carried on Spiritualist work
with rescue circles and contributed articles to Spiritualist journals.
He died in Buffalo on July 3, 1935.
Sources
Randall, Edward Caleb. The Dead Have Never Died. New
York A. A. Knopf, 1917.
———. Frontiers of the After Life. New York A. A. Knopf,
1922.
———. Future of Man. Buffalo, N.Y. O. Ulbrich, 1908.
———. Life’s Progression. Buffalo, N.Y. H. B. Brown, 1906.
———. The Living Dead. N.p., 1927.
———. Told In The After Life. N.p., 1925.