Andrew Carr MacKenzie

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Andrew Carr MacKenzie

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Andrew Carr MacKenzie (1911–2001) was a journalist, novelist and parapsychologist from New Zealand. He started a journalistic career and worked between 1928 and 1938 for The Evening Post of Wellington. He later moved from New Zealand to England where he became a columnist for Kemsley Newspapers. MacKenzie was a writer of detective stories. He was vice president of the Society for Psychical Research and has been described as a leading researcher in the field of psychical research in the 1970s. He died at his home in Hove, East Sussex in 2001.

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