My book Medium, Rare; A first hand account of growing up experiencing the paranormal is the story of me growing up with a heightened awareness of spirit activity.
When I sat down to write about the things that happened to me along my life’s journey, I thought to myself how it might help someone out there who is experiencing, or had experienced the same types of things I have and may be afraid to tell anyone. After it was finished I wondered if I should put it out there into the world. I had held on to these encounters so tightly for so long. I wasn’t sure if I was doing the right thing by loosening my grasp and throwing my experiences carelessly in to the air like a bride throwing a bouquet.
After making that colossal toss and holding my breath for what seemed like an eternity, I started to get some feedback on what I had written. Almost every response I receive includes a personal encounter that the reader has experienced. People that I have grown up with who have read the book have told of creepy happenings as well as total strangers.
Scientists claim that there is no proof of such things, therefore they can not be true.
Because there is no science to support an encounter with a spirit doesn’t make it untrue. The truth is in your experience. Not everything can be recreated in a lab. Can you recreate the feeling of heartbreak and measure the extreme depth of feelings on a monitor? Can you recreate the moon? The moon is real, I can see it. When these scientists go to Heaven, are they going to look God in the face and tell him, I couldn’t recreate a spirit in my lab, therefore you are a figment of my imagination?
I have been on investigations where more than one person has the same experience as it unfolds before them. I have seen and heard evidence from investigations that has been dismissed by nay sayers that clearly shows the faces of people, spirit activity or the sounds of human interaction.
As it turns out, a lot of honest, intelligent, sane people have shared with me that they have had some sort of paranormal experience within their lifetime.
I have very much enjoyed reading what those of you have shared with me. Thank you for taking the time to write a response to my book. I honor that what you experienced is true. We learn from our experiences, our experiences are our truth.