There are some 48 black-and-white photographs which, unfortunately did not accompany the galleys submitted for review. We can pass along some accompanying captions: ""I.a. Posthumous portrait of Holzer's mother obtained on television through mediumship of John Myers. . . 2.b. Contemporary print of Catherine the Great showing similar sash of order; note also outstretched arm, contour of hairdo. . . 11.a. Next exposure clarifies smoky writing as the word ""WAR"" with late President Kennedy's portrait above it. Also taken under Hans Holzer's complete control and supervision. . . 13. Abundance of psychic extras in this von Salza photograph includes presumably post- mortem portraits of Marilyn Monroe (with ""Mistake--Not Suicide"" written across her front) and Harvey Lee Oswald."" (They say Harvey Lee:) Seeing is believing?