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Pearl Judd (1908-1967) Direct voice medium of Dunedin, New Zealand, who held séances in a well-lighted room or in daylight with remarkable manifestations.

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Judd, Pearl (1908-1967)

Direct voice medium of Dunedin, New Zealand, who held séances in a well-lighted room or in daylight with remarkable manifestations, as described in Clive Chapman's book The Blue Room (1927).

In Psychic Research (November 1930) psychical researcher Harry Price quoted the testimony of W. P. Gowland, professor of anatomy and neurologist at the Medical School, Dunedin. Gowland witnessed the levitation of heavy tables and the playing of a specified tune on an ordinary piano when three people were sitting on the closed and locked lid. He also heard invisible instruments and many voices.

An entity named "Sahnaei," who first manifested in 1923, stated he was an Arab who had lived hundreds of years before. Sahnaei appeared to be in charge of a band of communicators including "Captain Trevor," "Ronald," "George Thurston," "Charlie," "Grace," "Oliver," "Jack," and "Vilma." Judd's uncle, Clive Chapman, was also a medium and was present at the most impressive séances. These were held in a blue room, hence the title of Chapman's book. Pearl Judd retired some years after publication of the book. Chapman died August 10, 1967, at age 84.

(Information from encyclopedia.com )

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