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Lily Dale: The True Story of the Town That Talks to the Dead



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Author
Wicker, Christine
Descriptors
Nonfiction
Psychic Research
Small-town Life
Location/Setting:
New York
Time Period:
20th Century
21st Century
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Summary
Lily Dale is a unique place. It is a gated community of mediums who each have their own style and approach to their gift. Journalist Christine Wicker begins her exploration of this town and its inhabitants as a confirmed skeptic. Before it is all over, Ms. Wicker is forced to reconsider her views.
Critique
A fascinating history of a fascinating town. Ms. Wicker does a wonderful job of presenting the background necessary to make this book informative while still allowing individual personalities to emerge. Highly recommend.
ISBN
0060086661
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# of Pages
280
Published
2003
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Reviewer's Initials: SH


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