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Rose Mackenberg

In Terence Hines’s review of Tony Wolf’s book about Rose Mackenberg, Houdini’s “Girl Detective” (September/October 2017), he states that “Until the publication of this book, the only description of her [in the skeptical literature] was in a short piece by Loren Pankratz in the July/August 1995 Skeptical Inquirer (pp. 28–29).”

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