Tweedale, Charles L(akeman) (d. 1944)
Prominent British writer on Spiritualism. He was educated
at Durham University, England, and became the Church of England
vicar of Weston, Otley, Yorkshire. A talented and versatile
man, he was an astronomer, musician, and inventor. He
published books on astronomy and discovered a comet. He was
also a close friend of psychic photographer William Hope,
whom he defended against hostile criticism. He died June 29,
1944.
Sources
Tweedale, Charles L. Man’s Survival After Death. N.p., 1909.
———. News From the Next World. N.p., 1940.