Sunday, October 25, 2009

There is No Death by Florence Marryat | Quazen

There is No Death by Florence Marryat | Quazen



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Florence Marryat (1833-1899) was a British novelist, playwright, spiritualist, revue singer and actress in Gilbert & Sullivan operettas.
Florence Marryat was the daughter of the famous author Captain Frederick Marryat and was particularly well known for her involvement with the spiritual movement – and mediums – of the late 19th century. Florence Marryat wrote about 90 novels, adapted some of them for the stage and even took a role in a drama she had written. Her most notable work is There Is No Death (1891).

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Her major work There Is No Death is being published now on the web on the site GhostWritings.

One of her psychic investigations was recounted here: There Is No Death in Bruges-la-Morte.

Florence’s father, Captain Marryat, played an important part in the famous story of The Ghost Photograph of the Brown Lady of Raynham Hall.

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