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Contacted: Testimonies of People Who Have Been Contacted by Their Deceased Loved Ones

Contacted: Testimonies of People Who Have Been Contacted by Their Deceased Loved Ones (Paperback)

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This intriguing new book explores the question of whether there is life after death, not through scientific or academic methodology, but by allowing people from around Ireland and the world to tell their stories of having been contacted by the living dead. Healy and Mullan's approach is similar to that of the authors of the highly successful Chicken Soup for the Soul in that people are allowed to tell their own stories. Such first-hand accounts are both compelling to those who already believe and challenging to those who are sceptics. Contacted does not set out to prove or to proselytise. Each story is presented on its own, without commentary, thus allowing readers to make up their own minds. Such an approach gives breathing space to the reader who might wish to sit and reflect on a particular story.

BiographyTrue storiesMind, Body & SpiritPsychic powers & psychic phenomena Publisher: The Mercier Press Ltd Publication Date: 01/09/2005 ISBN-13: 9781856354783  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Don Mullan is the author of two best-selling investigative books: Eyewitness Bloody Sunday (Wolfhound Press, 1997 and Merlin Publishing, 2002); and The Dublin and Monaghan Bombings (Wolfhound Press, 2000). He has also authored/edited nine books on religious topics. Audrey Healy is an author and freelance journalist who has had work published in publications such as Ireland on Sunday and Sunday Independent. A native of Rooskey, Co. Roscommon, she is the author of two books, St Therese in Ireland and Dubliners: What's the Story?

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