First edition, first printing published 1942 by Collins, London. 

With twenty illustrations. 


Condition: Book: Vg, 320pp. Blue cloth with gilt stamped titles to spine, very light rubbing to corners and spine tips, cloth lighty dulled to extremeties. Cloth is very clean thanks to the presence of the jacket. Previous owner's inscription to the ffep otherwise tightly bound and very clean, contains some wonderful photographs of Price. 

Jacket: Vg- Light chipping to spine tips and hinge corners, price clipped, old tape mark to the top edge of lower panel, otherwise a clean and attractive example of this very scarce jacket. 


Price's next book following the publication of The Most Haunted House in England was his autobiography 'Search for Truth'.  Includes all his famous & most important adventures, most notably Borley Rectory. Leaves from a Psychist's Case-Book and the Confessions of a Ghost-Hunter are included as well as his early days, his interests in archaeology and coin-collecting, his early involvement with conjuring & spiritualism and the foundation of the National Laboratory of Psychical Research. The fascination and obsession with Price's work remains undimished, he was recently potrayed by Rafe Spall in 'Harry Price Ghost Hunter' and he inspired the character of Harry Reed in the 2020 film 'The Banishing' which was based on details of the haunting of Borley Rectory. 


Search for Truth: My Life for Psychical Research by Harry Price