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The Leslie F​lint​ Tr​ust

Promoting the legacy and archive of Independent Direct Voice medium Leslie Flint

Enrico Caruso

February 1873 - August 1921


The Cook Sisters Collection:


The Enrico Caruso séance


Recorded: September 19th 1972

Ida and Louise Cook speak with Mickey for a few moments,

before hearing from the famous Italian operatic tenor, Enrico Caruso.


Speaking in a gentle Italian accent,

Caruso explains that he had to learn English during his Earth life

- although he found it difficult.


He talks about his musical contemporaries,

including Rosa Ponselle and Geraldine Farrar

and refers to his attempts at making movies,

which he says were 'terrible'...


Watch a short biographical video on Ida and Louise Cook




Note: This vintage audio has been rescued from a degraded tape.

Although it has been enhanced, some interference remains.

Transcript due

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