|Gladys Osborne Leonard|
A 1921 analysis of The Book Test found no merit to the practice, though a handful of cases proved inexplicable. Of 532 tests, 17% were successful, 18% were partially successful, but 38% were total failures. It was dismissed as providing any proof of life after death.
Russian medium Nina Kulagina presented a unique twist on The Book Test phenomenon, by naming the first letter of each paragraph on given pages of randomly-chosen books.
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