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David St. Clair (1932-1991) was an author, lecturer, journalist, novelist, and psychic who wrote extensively about paranormal phenomena. His range included descriptions of contemporary psychics and psychic phenomena, accounts of personal experiences, documented nineteenth-century cases of spirit possession, and self-help books including "David St. Clair's Lessons in Instant ESP", "Drum and Candle", "Say You Love Satan", and "The Mighty, Mighty Amazon". His circle of friends and colleagues was large and varied, including people such as Brazilian president João Goulart and his wife Maria Teresa, singer/composer Antônio Carlos Jobim, healer Alberto Aguas, author Guy Lyon Playfair, and intuitive medium Karen Gresham.
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