Elliott O'Donnell

Elliott O'Donnell in 1930. '''Elliott O'Donnell''' (27 February 1872 – 8 May 1965) was an English author known primarily for his books about ghosts. He claimed to have seen a ghost, described as an elemental figure covered with spots, when he was five years old. He also claimed to have been strangled by a mysterious phantom in Dublin (however, no permanent effect would seem to have been suffered). Provided by Wikipedia
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    The dead riders / by O'Donnell, Elliott, 1872-1965

    Published 1952
    Book
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    Elliott O'Donnell's Casebook of ghosts / by O'Donnell, Elliott, 1872-1965

    Published 1969
    Book
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    The Hag of the Dribble and other true ghosts : from the files of Elliott O'Donnell / by O'Donnell, Elliott, 1872-1965

    Published 1971
    Book
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    Ghosts; stories of the supernatural. by O'Donnell, Elliott, 1872-1965

    Published 1969
    Book
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    Trial of Kate Webster by Webster, Kate, 1849?-1879

    Published 1925
    Other Authors: “…O'Donnell, Elliott, 1872-1965…”
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    Trial of Kate Webster / by Webster, Kate, 1849?-1879

    Published 1925
    Other Authors: “…O'Donnell, Elliott, 1872-1965…”
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    Trial of Kate Webster

    Published 1925
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    Trial of Kate Webster

    Published 1925
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