William Dunseath Eaton

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William Dunseath Eaton was the first editor of the Chicago Herald. Eaton's wife passed away on a Clark streetcar after an afternoon performance of a play she and Eaton had written. Eaton recounts his wife's death and his encounters with her spirit via a medium in his book Spirit Life, or Do We Die?

Books by Eaton

  • The True Flame
  • The White Crows
  • Iskander
  • The Parson o' Dumford
  • Joshua Whitcomb
  • All The Rage
  • The Great War: a Pictorial History of the 1914-1919 Fight for Freedom and Liberty
  • Woodrow Wilson: His Life and Work (with Harry C Read)
  • Spirit Life, or Do We Die?