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Psychic medium explains connection with dead

Posted on: August 2, 2009

Psychic medium Allison DuBois answers questions in "We Are Their Heaven."

Psychic medium Allison DuBois answers questions in "We Are Their Heaven."

In her second book, “We are Their Heaven: Why the Dead Never Leave Us,” psychic medium Allison DuBois explains in detail why the dead stay in the world of the living.

In this book, DuBois covers many topics with great success and clarity such as what happens to those gravely ill and in hospice and those taken from us by murder or suicide.

“This book addresses some of the various ways in which poeple die,” writes DuBois, “for example by suicide or accident, and the different ways in which they show us that they remain.”

DuBois also reveals more of her personal life with her family and how her daughters share her gift.   Even though she communicates with the dead, personal losses of her dad and other relatives affect her deeply.

Clients of DuBois share their personal stories and DuBois follows up with how she’s help them.  She also talks about other mediums, and one in particular, a Catholic priest shared his experiences with her over dinner.

Of course, there’s also a chapter on the hit television show, “Medium,” where she explains the truths and myths involved with the episodes.

I enjoyed the first book, “Don’t Kiss Them Good-bye,” but I truly enjoyed this book even more because of the topics and in-depth information DuBois shares.  I look forward to reading her next book, “Secrets of the Monarch: What the Dead Can Teach Us about Living a Better Life.” 


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