Oliver Fox

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Oliver Fox
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Oliver Fox
Born Oliver Fox
(1885-11-30)30 November 1885
Died 28 April 1949(1949-04-28) (aged 63)
Occupation Writer, journalist
Nationality British
Period 20th century
Genre Parapsychology

Oliver Fox was the pseudonym of Hugh George Callaway (30 November 1885 – 28 April 1949), an English short story writer, poet and occultist, most well known for documenting his experiences in astral projection and lucid dreaming.[1]

Fox had trained in electrical engineering and worked as an actor. He had first published his OBE experiences in The Occult Review (1920, 1923). These formed the basis of his book A Record of Out-of-the-Body Experiences, published in 1939.[2] He was inspired by the experiences of Sylvan Muldoon.[3]

Fox has been described as a theosophist.[4]

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  1. ^ Anderson, Rodger. (2006). Psychics, Sensitives and Somnambules: A Biographical Dictionary with Bibliographies. McFarland & Company. p. 25. ISBN 0-7864-2770-1
  2. ^ Irvin, Harvey J. (1985). Flight of Mind: A Psychological Study of the Out-Of-Body Experience. Scarecrow Press. p. 49
  3. ^ Melton, J. Gordon. (2008). The Encyclopedia of Religious Phenomena. Visible Ink Press. p. 34. ISBN 1-57859-209-7
  4. ^ Tyson, Donald. (2010). The Dream World of H. P. Lovecraft: His Life, His Demons, His Universe. Llewellyn Publications. pp. 86-87. ISBN 978-0-7387-2284-9