This is an article from Psychic News in 1949 which reports on two of Gordon Higginson’s demonstrations. It illustrates the quality of Gordon Higginson’s mediumship and showcases his remarkable ability to get unusual and highly evidential names. Feedback from the recipients (highlighted in bold) demonstrates the accuracy and relevance of the evidence and messages relayed by Gordon. Here is the article in full and I hope you enjoy it:
Unusual christian and surnames were transmitted with ease and assurance during a remarkable clairvoyant demonstration by Gordon Higginson at the Longton National Spiritualist Church. Typical of these were the names of Arthur Parr, Granny Mayer, Cain, Ellen Baskeyfield, Hebblethwaite and Goodwin, which were relayed from spirit during messages to two people who were attending a Spiritualist meeting for the first time.
Higginson first singled out a young woman and remarked that a Mrs. Parr, dressed in a blue dress adorned with glass buttons, was present in spirit. “She says she is your mother, thanks you for looking after the family, wishes to be remembered to her husband, Arthur Parr, and sends love to Cain,” he added. This was immediately followed by the medium referring to a Granny Mayer in spirit, who also spoke of Cain and Phyllis, and “number 14.” “Do you understand this?” Higginson queried. “Perfectly,” the young woman replied, with tears in her eyes.Continue Reading