The Dead Are Alive

In case after amazing case, you'll listen to the actual voices of the dead--contrary, lyrical entrancing.

The Dead Are Alive

In case after amazing case, you'll listen to the actual voices of the dead--contrary, lyrical entrancing. You'll explore the meaning of out-of-body experiences and learn how spirits of the dead can be seen as well as heard. You'll also discover how YOU can communicate with the dead--and capture their voices on an ordinary tape recorder!

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