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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
The Ansel Bourne Case

from the bank, paying some bills and boarding a Pawtucket horse-car.
In 1890, Professor William James induced Bourne to submit to hypnotism. The result was narrated as follows by Professor James:
" I induced Mr. Bourne to submit to hypnotism, so as to see whether in the hypnotic trance, his 'Brown' memory, would not come back; it did so with surprising readiness; so much so that it seemed quite impossible to make him whilst in the hypnotic state remember any of the facts of his normal life. He had heard of Ansel Bourne, but I didn't know as he had ever met the man.' When confronted with Mrs. Bourne he said that he ` had never seen the woman before,' etc. On the other hand, he told

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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
The Ansel Bourne Case

of his peregrinations during the last fortnight, and gave all sorts of details about the Morristown episode. The whole thing was prosaic enough and the Brown personality seems to be nothing but a rather shrunken, dejected and amnestic extract of Mr. Bourne himself-during the trance he looks old, the corners of his mouth are drawn down, his voice is slow and weak, and he sits screening his eyes and vainly trying to remember what lay before and after the two months of the Brown experience. 'I'm all hedged in,' he says, ` I can't get out at either end. I don't know what set me down in that Pawtucket horse-car and I don't know how I ever left that store or what became of it."'

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