December 2008
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);12/1/2008, Vol. 60 Issue 48, p119
The article presents the conversation of John Edward, a famous psychic medium, to a sitter while trying to connect to a loved one. It states that the sitter is asking Edward to connect her to her father. It says that her father really drove home the reference of how different she was from her family, and of the more odd references was about someone being poisoned. Meanwhile, Edwards found out that the father and he has same name.


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