The Leslie Flint Educational Trust

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Stephen Thomas Ward
October 1912 - August 1963


The Stephen Ward séances


Dr Stephen Ward was the son of a Canon of the Church of England.

He became a well-known osteopath and portrait artist,
whose clients included politicians, royalty and movie actors.
 


In 1963, events surrounding his friendship with Christine Keeler
meant Dr Ward was arrested by the police.


The trial that followed made headline news worldwide,
but Dr Ward didn't live to see the verdict. 

In despair, he took an overdose of sleeping tablets
and died on August 3rd 1963.

After his death, his first séance communication came
 on August 29th 1963.

Dr Ward continued to communicate for the next ten years.







The Stephen Ward séance recordings

Introduced by Gwen V. Vaughan

 
 
 

Gwen Vaughan:
“The following séances were recorded during a series of private sittings which Mr Leslie Flint, the Independent Voice Medium, gave to an elderly lady named Rose. The communicator is Dr Stephen Ward.

Dr Stephen Ward was the son of a Canon of the Church of England. He became a well-known and clever osteopath who numbered among his friends and acquaintances: politicians, titled people and artists of the stage and screen.


Mr John Profumo had been a Minister of War until the regrettable incidents concerning Christine Keeler and others, made his resignation a necessity. Because of his association with these people Dr Stephen Ward was arrested on charges from which he was unable to defend himself.


Certain of his so-called friends, who could have helped with his defence, found it convenient to leave the country. Within a web of lies and perjury, Dr Stephen Ward found himself alone and carrying the burdens which others should have been sharing with him.

In despair, he took an overdose of sleeping tablets and died on August 3rd 1963.”


 



1: Recorded: August 29th 1963

 
 
 


New Transcript

2: Recorded: September 2nd 1963

 
 
 

New

3: Recorded: September 5th 1963

 
 
 

Note: Although this vintage recording has been enhanced, it is not to modern standards.



Additional recordings and transcripts

will be added soon...