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Diana Palm is a medium, paranormal investigator, afterlife researcher, and author of Setting Spirits Free. After living in numerous haunted houses, she decided to develop her gifts in working with the spirit world. She became a Theta Healing Practitioner and Instructor to assist others in their own healing and understanding of the spirit realms. Join Diana as she presents information gathered over a lifetime of working within the spiritual dimensions including: crossing spirits over; how to do a proper investigation; what happens to our soul upon death; afterlife communication; earth bound ghosts; calling upon angels, saints and guides; and more.

©2014 Reality Entertainment (P)2014 Reality Entertainment

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This is not a book

A radio program is not a book. Audio books do not include audiences coughing in the background during a speech. Sorry I wasted a credit on this. Don't list it as an audio book if it was never a book to begin with.

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Bad audio quality.

Really awful audio. Sounds like it was recorded on someone's phone. Very disappointing. Wish I hadn't wasted a credit.

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Started well progressed badly

This was a speech more than a book had more personal stories than information. It started off well with information but the question-and-answer. Left me wanting and straining to hear the questions and all I could hear was the answers