Get in Touch With the Dark Arts

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  • You might know ectoplasm as the glowing, milky-white mucus allegedly exuded by spirit mediums as a physical manifestation of supernatural energy. Or perhaps you just saw "Ghost Busters" and think of it as green slime. Hey, one's just as real as the other. But which of the following was not used as fake ectoplasm among 19th century spirit mediums?

    • Green gelatin didn't make the ectoplasm cut. Cheesecloth, however, was a favorite ectoplasm of many a Victorian con artist, especially when moistened and secreted away in a garment or a handy orifice. Skeptics also observed the use of animal entrails.
    • Green gelatin didn't make the ectoplasm cut. Cheesecloth, however, was a favorite ectoplasm of many a Victorian con artist, especially when moistened and secreted away in a garment or a handy orifice. Skeptics also observed the use of animal entrails.
    • Green gelatin didn't make the ectoplasm cut. Cheesecloth, however, was a favorite ectoplasm of many a Victorian con artist, especially when moistened and secreted away in a garment or a handy orifice. Skeptics also observed the use of animal entrails.
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