Emerson B. Hartman

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Emerson B. Hartman
Born Emerson Bennett Hartman
31 May 1890(1890-05-31)
Armona, California [1]
Died 2 August 1980 (90) [2]
San Bernardino, California
Nationality American
Known for Sonus Film-O-Sonic 105;
Gravitonic Life Ray Machine

Emerson Bennett Hartman (May 31, 1890 - August 2, 1980) was an American chiropractic, self-described expert in "Bacteriological Cancer Research," and promoter of unusual therapeutic devices, including the Film-O-Sonic, a "sound therapeutic vibrator" consisting of a looping tape recorder connected to electrodes.

Selected Bibliography

  • Hartman, Emerson B. (1936), Cancer; It's Cause and Control, San Bernardino, Calif.: E. B. Hartman 
  • Emerson, Harvey (1937), The Laboratory Proven Cause of Cancer 
  • Hartman, Emerson B. (1955), Professional Secrets for Doctors and Laymen 


  1. "United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 13 March 2018), Emmerson Bennet Hartman, 1917-1918; citing Indians, Prisoners, Insane, In Hospitals, Late Registrants, California, United States, NARA microfilm publication M1509; FHL microfilm 2,022,331.
  2. "California Death Index, 1940-1997," database, FamilySearch ( : 26 November 2014), Emmerson Bennett Hartman, 02 Aug 1980; Department of Public Health Services, Sacramento.