A history of the fairy investigation society
Title: A history of the fairy investigation society
Author: YOUNG, Simon
Citation: Folklore, 2013, Vol. 124, No. 2, pp. 139-156
ISSN: 0015-587X; 1469-8315
The Fairy Investigation Society was an interwar British organization with its roots in English spiritualism. The organization was operational from 1927 to the years immediately before the Second World War. The Society was then refounded shortly after that conflict and was managed by Marjorie Johnson until the 1960s. In this article it is argued that a book published by Johnson in German in 1996, Naturgeister, contains some records and biographical details of the pre-war and post-war Fairy Investigation Society. The Society's post-war newsletters and membership lists from 1956 and 1957 are included in Appendix 1 and 2, respectively
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