Emma Cons was a British philanthropist social reformer, socialist, educationalist, and manager of the Old Vic Theatre in South London. In this seance, she comes through to say she attended the closing of the Old Vic and laments that it couldn't stay open as a school. She says that hundreds of souls are attracted to Leslie Flint's seances. There are great operas and plays, all with the great artists continuing to do the work that they love. Everything there is on an entirely different vibration. She explains that the artistic aspect of man is more dynamic and encouraged in the afterlife than on earth.
26 minutes, recorded 1966