Shadows on My Shift: Real-Life Stories of a Psychic EMT
Emergency medical workers expect to see dead people in their line of work, but what makes this Phoenix, Arizona, EMT different is her ability to communicate with those who are just starting their journey to the other side. The messages she receives, and how she conveys them to grieving loved ones without causing more pain, make for a uniquely touching and dramatic story!
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