George. W. Harvey asks James for help as he is in darkness.

January 12th, 1915.

Received by:James Padgett

Washington D.C.

I am here, George W. Harvey:

I lived in Washington, and kept a restaurant on Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Street. I am in the spirit world and in the earth plane and in hell also, I am not happy for I am in darkness and despair.

(Question unknown, but answer is as follows)

Yes, I did, but that did not keep me from hell, the priests mislead me, and they are here too damn them – can you help me any, if you can do so. Yes I remember Taggart, but he is here too – and can’t help himself, for I see him sometimes, and he tells that he is in a condition of suffering too. No, but he is not in condition to help me, even if I do see him. You must help me if you can. I don’t know but I want help from someone. I know they say so, but I don’t believe them, for they can’t help themselves. No I don’t know them. I will see him at once and ask him, and tell him that I want to know. So good-night.

Your friend,

George W. Harvey