Q. C. A. Craufurd

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Quentin C. A. Craufurd
Born Quentin Charles Alexander Craufurd
11 February 1875(1875-02-11)
Burgh, Lincolnshire, England
Died 8 May 1957 (82) [1]
Folkestone, Kent, England
Nationality British
Workplace(s) Royal Navy, officer (until 1921)
Affiliations Fellow, Royal Society of Arts (F.R.S.A.); Associate Member, Institution of Electrical Engineers (A.M.I.E.E.); Fellow, Institute of Physics (F.Inst.P.); Survival League
Known for Fairy Investigation Society
Spouse(s) Anne Blackwell (m. 1899)

Quentin Charles Alexander Craufurd (February 11, 1875 - May 8, 1957) was a British Royal Navy officer and wireless researcher, in his post-naval life taking an active interest in psychic phenomena and fairies, to which end he was a founder of the Fairy Investigation Society (with Bernard Sleigh and others) in 1927.

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Psychic Research

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