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A Tale of Two Brothers: Jim Morrison & Michael Hutchence Paperback – 17 Apr 2008
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About the Author
Psychic medium Jacqueline Murray brings to life the channeled accounts of the lives and deaths of Jim Morrison and Michael Hutchence. Reknowned psychics worldwide have confirmed that these rock legends wished to give their words to Jacqueline, based on her clarity, and pure intent to give their true stories, without adding her own bias or opinions. This book will take you on a journey that will make you believe Jim Morrison and Michael Hutchence are standing next to you - having a conversation. The author is an exceptionally gifted psychic who does not offer readings or advertise her gifts. She is consulted by other professional and reputable psychics on a regular basis for her insights.
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Read J. Gergelifi's review " It's total B.S! Don't waste your time", posted on January 7, 2015. To quote from J. Gergelifi's review, the book is "published by AuthorHouse, this is a self-published work. Obviously no reputable publisher would touch it", and "I have been unable to find ANY information at all about the author except where to buy the book, which unfortunately is available in multiple places online. There's no picture of her, no website, no explanation about her amazing gift or how this world class psychic has managed to channel Jim Morrison, Michael Hutchence, Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain. Need any more alarm bells?". Also, "the information `he' gives her is repetitive. She basically reiterates all the speculation that's already been printed about him. She paraphrased practically verbatim a paragraph from an INXS Documentary that their tour manager had said about him and put it in `his' words. `He' uses words an Australian would just never say like `hiney' and `jerk'. The list goes on. It's all absolute bull".
Save yourself the money and do your own research on these two singers instead, there's a wealth of information out there now on both singers.
Jacqueline Murray handles the chanelling with honesty and respect I salute her gifts and thank her for gifting the book to us all.
Finally, we know what happened in Paris and in room 524 of the Ritz in Sydney. But more than that to all of us who are always seeking, sometimes seeing, the author gives us an incredibly well written book of life on the other side. This is a gripping read.