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Letters from the Afterlife: A Guide to the Other Side

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One of the more interesting things about studying ADC's is the affect when the living person integrates such events with their every day reality. In the early part of this century, a woman begins the process of automatic writing. It is though someone takes over her hand and writes the document.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 28th 2004 by Atria Books/Beyond Words
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American author Elsa Barker was born in 1869, in Leicester, Vermont, to Albert G. and Louise Marie Barker. Her first jobs were as a shorthand reporter, a teacher, and a newspaper writer. In 1901, she was the associate editor of the Consolidated Encyclopedia Library. From 1904-1905, she worked as a lecturer for the New York Board of Education, and from 1909-1910, she served on the editorial staff ...more
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