HAUNTED HOLLYWOOD by Hans Holzer

HAUNTED HOLLYWOOD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Long before the old esperance became the new noetic science, Hans Holzer and Sybil Leek (she appears here once) were substantiating the insubstantial and here are a few more instances -- Jean Harlow whispering ""Please help me!"" and Carole Lombard looking for Clark and Clifton Webb, a believer, still on the premises. We like best the story of Gaye, the topless mother of eight, who forgot nothing from the other side -- even just where to fred her two black bras. . . . Bobby Darin hasn't been heard from yet.

Pub Date: June 1st, 1974
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill