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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

Eric John Dingwall (1890–1986) was a British anthropologist and psychical researcher.


  • The American Women: An Historical Study (1956)
  • Abnormal Hypnotic Phenomena four-volumes (1967–68)
  • The Critics' Dilemma: Further Comments on Some Nineteenth Century Investigations (1966)
  • Very Peculiar People (1962)
  • Four Modern Ghosts (1958) [with Trevor H. Hall]
  • The Unknown, is it Nearer? (1956)
  • The Haunting of Borley Rectory: A Critical Survey of the Evidence (1956) with [K. M. Goldney and Trevor H. Hall]
  • Very Peculiar People: Portrait Studies in the Queer, the Abnormal and the Uncanny (1950)
  • Racial Pride and Prejudice (1946)
  • Woman: An Historical, Gynecological and Anthropological Compendium (1935)
  • The Girdle of Chastity (1931)
  • Artificial Cranial Deformation (1931)
  • Ghosts and Spirits in the Ancient World (1930)
  • How to Go to a Medium: A Manual of Instruction (1927)
  • Studies in the Sexual Life of Ancient and Medieval Peoples (1925)
  • Male Infibulation (1925)

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