Dreaming of the Dead: Personal Stories of Comfort and Hope

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Llewellyn Worldwide, May 8, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 240 pages
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From the age of three, when a near-death experience brought an angel’s healing touch, Marilou Trask-Curtin has been able to communicate with spirits, primarily in unusually vivid and realistic dreams. Over the years she has interacted with the ghostly forms of several spirits and experienced dream visitations from many others such as her first true love, her beloved grandfather, and even British actor Jeremy Brett, with whom she’d grown close through years of correspondence.

Marilou touchingly recounts her visitations with spirits who have come to offer advice, reassurance, or to let her know they have died or are about to pass on. This includes her companion animals who return to show they’re as full of health and joy as their human counterparts in spirit. The author also tells of dream visits from historical “mentor” figures such as Samuel L. Clemens and Harriet Beecher Stowe, as well as many others.

Dreaming of the Dead will take you on a compelling and beautifully comforting journey—with a glimpse of what awaits us on the other side of life’s doorway.

 

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Marilou Trask-Curtin authored In My Grandfather’s House: A Catskill Journal (ProStar Publications, 2006), Dreaming of the Dead (Llewellyn, 2012) and Reincarnation (Llewellyn, 2014). She was also an award-winning playwright and a screenwriter. Sadly, Marilou passed away in January 2015 just before the release of her final book Three Journeys to Heaven. Visit her website at MarilouTrask-Curtin.com.

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