The spirit world that touched Vermont

January 1987
Yankee;Jan87, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p76
In the 1870s, two brothers William and Horatio Eddy, turned their Chittenden, Vermont farmhouse into a seance parlor that went on to attract attention around the world. INSET: The Eddy Brothers famous family of spirits..


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