PSYCHIC HEALERS by David St. Clair

PSYCHIC HEALERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Inveterate collector St. Clair (most recently The Psychic Worm of California) presents a number of other healers less well known than Oral Roberts or Kathryn Kuhlman, and for starters -- how about Reverend Harold Plume of Monterey who stuck a hand into his patient's body? The hand disappeared. In Carmel you'll find another Rev. -- Dorie D'Angelo who was switched on by Wilhelm Reich; Charles Cassidy can handle just about anything from leukemia to cataracts; then there's the ""dental ministry"" of Brother and Sister Fuller and grateful patients attest to the fact that silver fillings can turn to gold; and a shrink ""salesman of love,"" and a trance medium, and a follower of Cayce, and many, many others including a list of names and addresses at the end. . . . A laying on of the hands -- a raising of the eyebrows?

Pub Date: Sept. 20th, 1974
Publisher: Doubleday