He joined the First Canadian Division in his teens and at the age of 19 became the youngest commissioned Officer. Later in life, he became a 32nd degree Knight Templar Mason and wrote various articles and books including these four publications: The Future of the Human Mind, Hypnotism, Spiritism, and Man - The Mechanical Misfit.
- Ross, Colin A., MD. The C.I.A. Doctors. (2006). Manitou Communications Inc., Texas, USA. pg. 44.
- Hypnotism by George Estabrooks, 1943
- "Hypnosis Comes of Age", George Estabrooks, Science Digest, April 1971
- Obituary from American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, Volume 16, 1974, Issue 3
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