The Psychic Evidence Society
An organization for inquiry into the actuality and meaning
of psychical phenomena for clergymen throughout Great Britain.
It was founded in London, England, in 1931 by John Engledow,
who also served as its general secretary. It existed only
briefly, but its work has been assumed by the Churches’ Fellowship
for Psychical and Spiritual Studies.

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