Harry Price (1881-1948) was an English psychic researcher and author who is best known for his investigations into paranormal and supernatural phenomena. He was instrumental in popularising the scientific study of the paranormal in the early 20th century. Price wrote numerous books and articles on his investigations and was often called upon to conduct high-profile cases, including the investigation of Borley Rectory, which is considered one of the most famous hauntings in British history. He was known for his sceptical and scientific approach to the study of the paranormal and was widely respected as an authority on the subject. Despite his death more than 70 years ago, Price’s legacy continues to be felt in the world of paranormal research and his work continues to inspire new generations of investigators.