Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is famous for writing the Sherlock Holmes adventures. But while these gave him wealth, this literary man sought paradise in speaking with the dead. His friend Harry Houdini thought all mediums were frauds. Doyle, however, sacrificed literary fame for adventures beyond the grave. Was he wise?
Simon Parke was a priest in the Church of England for 20 years before embarking on a freelance adventure. He’s been a columnist for the Daily Mail and Church Times, leads retreats, sees people on their journey and writes books. His latest is on Solitude.