The Death-Blow to Spiritualism
The New York Herald of May 27, 1888, contained this letter, written by Mrs. Margaret Fox Kane in London:
THE CURSE OF SPIRITUALISM.
GOWER STREET, BEDFORD SQUARE, W. C., LONDON, MAY 14, 1888.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD:
I read in the Herald of Saturday, May 5, an account of the sad misfortune that has befallen my dear sister Katie, Mrs. Kate Fox Jencken, and in the article it is stated that I am still a resident of New York, which is a mistake. I sailed for England on the 22d of March, and I presume my absence has added to my darling sister's depressed state of mind. The sad news has nearly killed me. My sister's two beautiful boys referred to are her idols.
Spiritualism is a curse. God has set His seal against it! I call it a curse,