Opportunity to share a story

Have you ever had an instance where you felt a deceased loved one, friend or stranger was in some way communicating with you? Perhaps they appeared in a vision or you sensed their presence through a sound, smell or unusual coincidence. How did you feel?

Have you ever had an instance where you felt a deceased loved one, friend or stranger was in some way communicating with you? Perhaps they appeared in a vision or you sensed their presence through a sound, smell or unusual coincidence. How did you feel?

Irish Author and freelance journalist, Audrey Healy, is currently compiling another edition of people’s stories following the success of ‘Contacted’ (Mercier Press 2005).

The project was delayed due to unforseen circumstances last year but is now going ahead. Stories collected involve people who have found comfort in experiencing the presence of a deceased loved one or friend, knowing that they are at peace. In some cases people have felt contact with complete strangers who have passed on.

Audrey is the author of a number of books and initially gathered remarkable stories from people of all ages from Ireland and around the world. She is now appealing for people to write or email their experiences, no matter how small and insignificant they may seem.

She is specific about the stories she is seeking. She is not seeking stories arising from contact with psychics, clairvoyants or mediums, whereby the living try to communicate with the dead. She is looking for stories from people who believe the communication came from people who have passed on.

Audrey explains: “We do not set out to prove or disprove the afterlife theory. We are simply providing a forum for people to share their own experiences before presenting them to the public who can then make up their own minds.”

Audrey is currently appealing for stories for inclusion in the book, which will be published in Ireland. Contributors can remain anonymous if they so wish and can forward their experiences to Audrey c/o Box no. 419, Roscommon People, Abbey Street, Roscommon, Ireland or email yourstory@eircom.net. Please include your name, not necessarily for publication but for acknowledgement.