Passing Through: The Jackie Hopper Story

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AuthorHouse, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 160 pages
As a child, one of my fascinations was listening to my grandmother telling of their encounter with the Titanic. There were three generations of "5" Angels. The first generation was Bradley's from Scotland. The second group was the Griffith Angels. We were raised in Corktown, Detroit. This was during the Depression and World War II. And today's generation of the "5" Angels. All the generations of all the Angels, each having their own interesting stories to tell. Clarese at 8 years old, Jackie came close to death. When she went to the other side, she met a friend Clarese and brought her back to earth with her. Clarese, the spirit has been with her during all of her growing up and is still with her today. They made a pack that they would stay together until they leave this world hand and hand. Griffith Angels in church Jackie's dad was giving a sermon for the first time in his new church. He sat the "5" Angels down in the front pew so that he could keep his eye on them. About halfway through his sermon, he noticed that the "5" angels were missing! No where to be seen! The hunt was on. Everyone broke out into laughter when they finally found them!?! Everyone but the Pastor. The "5" darling little angels had passed out from drinking all the wine. They had to be carried out to the car. Pet Rock Cemetary-Year of 1976 this was located across the street from our bar. Everyone got involved, friends, family, police and even the City Mayor. The Detroit Free Press even wrote a column about it.

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