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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
The Ansel Bourne Case

The people thought he was crazy. All they knew about him was that he had been calling himself A. L. Brown since his first appearance in Morristown, which was about six weeks previous. He had rented a small store there at that time, stocked it with stationery, confectionery, fruit and small articles. He had never in any way seemed unnatural or eccentric.
But now he was declaring that he knew nothing of Morristown, that his name was not Brown, and that he had never owned any kind of a store, and that the last thing he did the day before was to draw some money from the bank in Greene and pay some bills.
Thinking him insane, the people sent for the authorities. Dr. Louis R. Read,

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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
The Ansel Bourne Case

who was called in, was also, for a time, under the impression that the man had Case lost his mind. However, a telegram was sent to Providence, and Bourne's nephew, Mr. Andrew Harris, arrived on the scene, identified his uncle, made everything straight and took him home.
Bourne was in an extremely weakened condition, having lost twenty pounds. He was horrified when he was told that he had been keeping a candystore and refused to have anything to do with it.
He had absolutely no memory, after he had once resumed his normal personality, of anything or anyone connected with that interval of two months. His last memory previous to his waking up was of having drawn money

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