Thom's Irish Who's Who/O'Donnell, Elliot

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O'DONNELL, Elliot; author, actor, and lecturer. Educ.: Clifton College, and Queen's Service Academy, Ely Place, Dublin. Ranched in U.S.A.; went on English Stage, and subsequently took to writing; universally known as "The Ghost Man"; lectures extensively on "Hauntings," Kindness to Animals; created a great sensation in England and U.S.A. in March and April, 1922, by two disclosures re Anti-Man Movement among ultra-feminists in London. Pubns.: For Satan's Sake; Dinevagh the Beautiful; Jennie Barlowe; The Unknown Depths; Some Haunted Houses of England and Wales; Haunted Houses of London; Ghostly Phenomena; Scottish Ghosts; Dreams and their Meanings: Werwolves; The Sorcery Club; Animal Ghosts; Haunted Highways; The Irish Abroad; Twenty Years' Experience as a Ghost Hunter; The Haunted Man; Haunted Places in England: The Menace of Spiritualism; The Banshees; More Haunted Houses of London. Editor and joint Author of The Reminiscences of Mrs. E M. Ward; correspondent to "The Times," "Sunday Times" "Daily Chronicle," "Sunday Express." "Sunday Chronicle," "Evening News," "Manchester Evening News," "Weekly Dispatch," "Tatler," "Idler," "Grand," "Nave." "Royal," "Premier," etc. Recns.: walking and ghost hunting; b. 1872: youngest son of late Rev. Henry O'Donnell,' M.A. (T.C.D.), of Trough, Co. Limerick, and cousin of late Gen. Sir Charles R. O'Donnell, K.C.B., Royal Irish Academy; direct descendant of Niall of the Nine Hostages: m. 1905, Ada Caroline Bullivant, youngest dau. of Henry W. Williams, M.D Club: Savage, London.