"Get ready to slip on your psychic walking shoes and follow Louisa into the unseen world around us. Ramble through tales of dead relatives who insist on having the last annoying word, ghosts behaving badly, inspiring near-death experiences, and dreams foretelling the future. Along the way, you'll find comfort, laughter, and some spine-tingling moments that may have you looking over your shoulder! A great guilty pleasure for those who love reading true paranormal tales."
-Concetta Bertoldi, renowned psychic medium and New York Times bestselling author of Do Dead People Watch You Shower?
When Ronnie attempted suicide, his departed father rushed back to prevent it. Christine peered into her daughter's room one day to discover her child's invisible friend was real. Linda dreamed about a shoot-out at a local bar-and that may have been what saved her life the next day. This sequel to Loitering at the Gate to Eternity chronicles more than one hundred psychic tales from everyday people working in the fields of science, education, finance, entertainment, pastoral services, and more. It also highlights scientific studies into consciousness, near-death experiences, and reincarnation. When you finish reading this astonishing anthology, you may never view "reality" the same way again.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Sightseeing takes the reader on a journey through strange, mystical, and unexplainable tales told to the author by everyday people. While not everyone believes in things that happen outside of what we know as ordinary after reading these different stories it is hard not to admit that there may be something else at work in our day to day lives. And although the author presents us with many different cases of that involve something other than our normal it never feels like the subject is being forced. She simply gathered the different tales in one place so that the reader can take from them what they will. It certainly left me wondering more than once and also left me curious to know more. For me this book was another fascinating glimpse into the otherworldly and I rather enjoyed the view. In my opinion Sightseeing in the Undiscovered Country is certainly worth a read.