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Spiritual medium Troy Parkinson, a rising star in the paranormal world, shares fascinating first-hand stories of his experiences with the spirit realm.
Communicating with spirits was the last thing Troy Parkinson ever thought he'd do. A North Dakota native and self-described "ordinary guy," he first attended a spiritualist meeting when he was a college student in Boston. After receiving a message that night from his great-grandmother's spirit, he pursued mediumship training through the world-renowned First Spiritual Temple of Boston. In Bridge to the Afterlife, he explores the ethics of spirit communication, discusses how spirits are depicted by Hollywood, and reveals how readers can develop their own mediumship abilities.
Troy's remarkable story and amazing messages from spirit, which include moving accounts of how children and animals communicate from beyond, will touch your heart, inspire your soul, and remind you that your loved ones are always with you.
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