Introduction; 1. Preliminary remarks. Grounds of caution; 2. The experimental basis. Thought-transference; 3. The transition from experimental to spontaneous telepathy; 4. General criticism of the evidence for spontaneous telepathy; Note on witchcraft; 5. Specimens of the various types of spontaneous telepathy; 6. Transference of ideas and mental pictures; 7. Emotional and motor effects; 8. Dreams; 9. Borderland cases; 10. Hallucinations. General sketch; 11. Transient hallucinations of the sane. Ambiguous cases; 12. The development of telepathic hallucinations.
This 1886 publication investigating the connection between ghost-seeing and telepathy is a key source on Victorian psychical research.