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Record Type: Review ID: 1078
Casebook of a Psychic Detective
|Autobiographical account by a psychic whose psi abilities have been used by police to solve crimes. She tells how her ability developed. Most of the cases involve murder or locating missing persons. The names of the persons involved and, when necessary, place names have been altered to preserve anonymity. In a final chapter, "About Life and Death," she relates what she has learned from her experiences, such as that persons who will be murdered, their family members, often have awareness at some level of the impending death. She has also learned, based on reliving the death experiences of murdered persons, that "in even the most terrible of murder cases . . . death seems to be a beautiful experience" (p. 188).|
|Publisher Information:||New York: Stein and Day, 1982. 197p. Index: 195-197|
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