The Ghost and Mrs Brown: The Spirit Lives Forever

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AuthorHouse, Jun 29, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 196 pages
I wrote this book to give people hope, and to not be afraid of death. I know that the majority of people do not believe that there is a life after death, I was doubtful, also, but, I am here to tell you that that there really is life after death, I saw it, and I am still allowed to see it.. I have read some of Sylvia Browne's books, as well as John Edwards, James Van Praagh, and others. Having had psychic abilities since I was a little girl, I can relate to many of the things that happened to them in their lives, some of these events have happened to me. Sylvia taught me about my spirit guide. I've learned a lot more about, "Patience," my spirit guide, since then I have seen her, and heard her trying to capture my attention. I am more certain and confident today in my beliefs than ever before, that you will not die like that proverbial bug on the sidewalk, squashed under someones shoe, never to be heard from again, that life is forever. My husband allowed me to see this, and I know it to be true. Read my book and learn how he did this. More than anything I don't want you to be afraid of death, I want to give you comfort in knowing that, your spirit is eternal.

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About the author (2009)

     Ro'ry Ann Brown was born in Southeast Texas, and has lived there all of her life.  She received her BS degree in education  from a nearby univrsity, and taught at a Catholic School for many years. After she retired she taught at a public school as a long term sub for several years.   She is now a certified instructor for 50+ seniors citizens at a nearby YMCA facility. She has three sons,  three daughters-in-law,  one daughter, one c/l son-in-law, five grand children, one grand daughter-in-law, and two great grand children.

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