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The Gift

The Story of an Ordinary Woman's Extraordinary Power

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The Gift by Mia Dolan
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This is the life story of psychic and clairvoyant, Mia Dolan, one of the UK's most eminent psychics. An ordinary woman brought up in a working-class family, she was raped at the age of 12 and this terrible experience marked the first of her out-of-body experiences. At the age of 22 her spirit guide began to talk to her and showed her how to use her clairvoyance as well as providing insights into the nature of the afterlife. In addition to the psychic events that unfold, the book describes Mia's most unusual and intriguing readings: predictions she made for "The Sun" and "The Daily Mirror" about Princess Diana and her experiences at the scenes of the deaths of Jill Dando and Rachel Nickell for "The Daily Mail". The book recounts her activities as a "ghostbuster" and exorcist, and includes stories of a haunted inn, the Drury Lane Theatre in London, a haunted theme park, and sightings of earth-bound spirits - both good and bad.

Author Biography

Mia Dolan was born on the Isle of Sheppey and has been a psychic for 18 years. She is now one of Britain's most renowned psychics and clairvoyants. As well as carrying out readings and exorcisms, Mia has appeared in countless magazines and newspapers, on television and radio, and has helped the police with criminal investigations, as well as taken part in scientific tests with criminal psychologists and sports analysts to predict the outcome of events.
Release date NZ
October 19th, 2002
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Element Books
Pages
304
Dimensions
129x198x22
ISBN-13
9780007154517
Product ID
1645419

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