Lewis Carroll, creator of Alice in Wonderland, was fascinated by the occult, magic and ghosts, and was a very early member of the Society for Psychical Research.
Biographer Jenny Woolf delves into this tangled web of Victorian creepiness, examines some of the weirder things that Carroll wrote and read, considers possible medical reasons for the experiences he might have had, and casts light on the endless battle that raged in his own mind between religion, logic and the world of the unreal.
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