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Allen Spraggett

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Allen Spraggett
Born (1932-03-26) 26 March 1932 (age 87)
Toronto, Ontario
Alma mater Queen's Theological College, Kingston (B.A., 1962)

Allen Frederick Spraggett (born March 26, 1932) is a Canadian paranormal researcher and writer, a former Evangelical Christian minister who later worked as a newspaper columnist and editor at the Toronto Daily Star, briefly entering into broadcasting as the host of Beyond Reason (1977-1979), a CBC Television psychic quiz show, as well as the radio shows Sun Spots and The Unexplained on CFRB 1010AM Toronto.

Selected Bibliography

  • Spraggett, Allen (1967), The Unexplained: The Startling Discoveries of an Expert in Extrasensory Perception and the Occult, New York: New American Library 
  • Spraggett, Allen (1970), The Bishop Pike Story, New York: New American Library 
  • Spraggett, Allen (1970), Kathryn Kuhlman: The Woman Who Believes in Miracles, New York: World Pub. Co. 
  • Spraggett, Allen (1971), Probing the Unexplained, New York: World Pub. Co. 
  • Spraggett, Allen; Rauscher, William V. (1973), Arthur Ford, The Man Who Talked with the Dead, New York: New American Library 
  • Spraggett, Allen (1974), The Case for Immortality, New York: New American Library 
  • Spraggett, Allen (1974), The World of the Unexplained, New York: New American Library 
  • Spraggett, Allen; Rauscher, William V. (1975), The Spiritual Frontier, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday 
  • Spraggett, Allen (1976), New Worlds of the Unexplained, New York: New American Library 
  • Keene, M. Lamar; Spraggett, Allen (1976), The Psychic Mafia, New York: St. Martin's Press 
  • Spraggett, Allen (1977), Ross Peterson: The New Edgar Cayce, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday