Calling itself a "metaphysical mecca," the small town of
Cassadaga, between Orlando and Daytona Beach in central Florida,
was established more than a century ago on the principle of
continuous life, the idea that spirits of the dead commune with the
living. Though the founders of Cassadaga have passed on to the
"spirit plane," the quaint Victorian town remains the oldest
continuously active Spiritualist center in the South and was added
to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. While the
community has often been sensationalized and misrepresented, this
is the first serious work to examine its history, people, cultural
environment, and religious system.
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