Anglais The Strange Case of Hellish Nell

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@90@On March 23, 1944, as the allied forces prepared for D-Day, Britain@95@#39;s most famous psychic, Helen Duncan-@95@#147;Nell@95@#8221; to her family-stood in the dock of Britain@95@#39;s highest criminal court accused of...witchcraft. It was a trial so bizarre Winston Churchill grumbled, @95@#147;Why all this tomfoolery?@95@#8221; But the Prime Minister was not privy to the Military Intelligence agenda fueling the prosecution: Duncan@95@#39;s s@95@#233;ances were accurately revealing top-secret British ship movements. The authorities wanted @95@#147;Hellish Nell@95@#8221; silenced. Using diaries, personal papers, interviews, and declassified documents, Nina Shandler resurrects this strange courtroom episode and the shadowy world of wartime secrets and psychics. Sometimes comic, sometimes tragic, @28@The Strange Case of Hellish Nell@018@ is a true crime tale laced with supernatural phenomena and wartime intrigue.@91@

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