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Letters From A Living Dead Man

Letters From A Living Dead Man
Cover Letters From A Living Dead Man
by Elsa Barker-1914

Even if you don\'t believe this book, it is thought-provoking. Advice and stories of the adventures of a man from the other side.

American author Elsa Barker was born in 1869, in Leicest, 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 of Hamptons magazine.

Certain people among us have the gift of automatic writing, sometimes known as channeling. They hold a pen over a tablet and allow a discarnate spirit to do the writing through them. Sometimes it is done with a typewriter or orally when the spirit speaks through the channel. British author, Elsa Barker had the gift. One evening she was inspired to channel a message from her friend, Judge David Patterson Hatch. Unbeknown to Ms Barker, Judge Hatch had died six thousand miles away in California. Thus began a series of letters from the other side describing Judge Hatch’s adventures in the afterlife. The letters were compiled and published in a book, LETTERS FROM A LIVING DEAD MAN in 1914.

Other books have been channeled from discarnates on the other side of the veil since LETTERS FROM A LIVING DEAD MAN was published in 1914, but none has equaled this classic. Readers are always inspired and intrigued by its timeless message.

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