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Voices In My Ear: The Autobiography Of A Medium

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One of the world’s most celebrated mediums, Doris Stokes brought joy, comfort, and fascination to thousands of people during her lifetime. From families wishing to contact departed loved ones to police forces trying to solve murder cases, the uncanny accuracy of her psychic powers were universally acclaimed, while her readings and performances in Australia, America, and at...more
Paperback, 232 pages
Published 1980 by Aidan Ellis
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Really good and very interesting! I have the book where it has her two books in it (Voices in ,y ear and More voices in my ear) and so I didn't think I should say I've read them both, as I haven't yet :)
I am a very strong believer in Spiritualism. And this book was fascinating. My aunt recommended it to me as she's a medium and she knows I'm interested in this stuff. She knows I can see things other people can't, like spirits.
This book taught me a lot as well as keeping me hooked. It seemed to...more
What an unusual and interesting woman - what a life! To be a "natural born psychic" must be fascinating...people spend so much time and money these days trying to develop a gift like hers - to be born with it and struggle so much is just incredible...
Karen Scott
As a sceptic of all things paranormal, it was hard to remain so after reading Ms Stokes's account of her life and how her gift had affected her and the people around her. Truly moving book, make sure you have a hankie!
Elisa Kay
I thought that this was a good book that explained the way a medium sees and hears the world.
I don't believe any of this kind of thing. My grandma gave me this book years ago.
Carrie Worrall
Love the poem about her son John in this book
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Doris May Fisher Stokes (January 6, 1920 - May 8, 1987), born Doris Sutton, was a British spiritualist and psychic medium.
She first came to public attention in 1978 during a visit to Australia, when she appeared on The Don Lane Show. In the wave of interest that followed her appearance, she played to three capacity audiences at the Sydney Opera House. She was also the first medium to appear at the...more
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