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Spirit photography: 19th-century innovation in bereavement rituals was likely invented by a woman

By Felicity T. C. Hamer, PhD Candidate and Public Scholar, Communication Studies, Concordia University
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The afterlife envisioned by spiritualism appealed to women who rejected the idea that their unbaptized children could be damned to hell.

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