The Nazi Seance by Arthur J. Magida

 I picked this odd little book up at Moe’s in Berkeley last Thursday, thinking it would be a fun way to start Non-fiction November.  It was. It’s a very strange story. Clairvoyent huckster Erik Jan Hanussen rises to considerable fame between the World Wars in Berlin.  He rises, falls, rises again to the point where he is earning over 40,000 dollars a day in private … Continue reading The Nazi Seance by Arthur J. Magida