Wednesday, March 16, 2022: History of Spiritualism in Baltimore

Date: March 16, 2022

Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm



Do spirits return, and can we communicate with the dead? Baltimore’s Spiritualists thought so, but magicians worked to disprove them. Learn about spirit mediums, the Ouija Board, and Baltimore’s group of amateur magicians, the Demons Club. Club. Presented by Julie Saylor, Enoch Pratt Free Library.

Julie Saylor has served as a library associate with Enoch Pratt Free Library for 33 years in many different departments at Central Library. Her current home is the Maryland
Department, where she has created public programs about house history, historical cooking, land records, and the history of Spiritualism in Baltimore. Julie is the mother of two grown daughters and lives in northeast Baltimore.

Natural History Society of Maryland’s Archaeology Club promotes the value of archaeology in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and surrounding areas. The goal of the Archaeology Club is to educate citizenry in the ethics, methods, and artifact preservation methods of archaeology and how archaeology can be used to document, discover, and promote local history. The Archaeology Club is inclusive to all persons who have an interest in archaeology.

Normally, Club meetings, trips and other activities are open solely to Club Members. However, during COVID, NHSM is opening up this meeting to all, though we are asking for a $5 donation from non-members. If you are an archaeology enthusiast, please consider joining us. You must be a member of NHSM to join any of its clubs. Follow this link to learn more:
The Natural History Society of Maryland is a volunteer-led non-profit organization, so the fee you pay will go directly to support the programs, the nature collections, and the building that make this kind of nature education possible.