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In this early paranormal classic, Darby describes the years-long post-mortem dialogues he and his wife held with a man, Stephen, who had died during WWI. Darby and Joan were extremely skeptical of the reality of the man who had passed away and was contacting them initially through a Ouija board. This was very popular around WWI, as nearly everybody had lost a dear friend or relative to the war and then the flu epidemic. Darby is extremely articulate, literate, and has a healthy sense of skeptism. This is a fascinating account of how this skeptism gave way to belief in both an afterlife.As wise as Stephen is in his answers, he makes it clear that he has never been to what we might call the seventh heaven. He is many graduations removed from ultimate knowledge. His information is thus limited to that which he has been told by those nearer supremacy than he is.
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Darby and Joan is a proverbial phrase for a married couple content to share a quiet life of mutual devotion.
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