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[EAN: 9781418466695], [PU: AuthorHouse], Brand NEW unread book. Soft cover bound book. We ship using Royal Mail or courier in the UK and Europe with tracking number for heavier or more valuable items. All USA orders have a parcel tracking number."A DYING MAN NEVER LIES" are true documented supernatural events witnessed in Nursing Homes and Hospitals in the St. Louis area. It is not uncommon for the medical profession to see things they cannot explain. They surely don't tell the public about them for fear of losing credibility. Not until now. This book has true documented accounts of flashing lights, floating heads, spirits, smells, apparitions, and yes even ghost. Almost everyone at sometime in their life has seen something they could not explain. You can call it what you like, but strange is strange. It might have frightened you for a minuet but, if you never experience it again, so much the better. Has anyone ever told you about someone that was dying? That they talk to someone that was not there, and in fact had already died years ago? Maybe you have been at the bed side of someone dying, and watched as they had a normal, one sided conversation. Don't dismiss it as a hallucination You have just experienced part of the unknown supernatural world. We hear about the ghost in haunted ships, restaurants, hotels, and grave yards all the time. Why have you never heard about them in places where people die? Like nursing homes and hospitals. Let me tell you why. Most of the facilities would have a fit to see their place connected with ghost. Lets face it, they want people to come to them, not be scared away. I can't blame them either. They spend millions of dollars a year to better equipt and put on new appearances just to bring people to their facility. Hospitals and nursing homes want to serve the public and make the community better. Doctors and nurses work endless just to keep patients alive. Of course the only time they make the news is when someone convinces a family member they could now get some cash just by suing the very ones busting their butts to save them. No, the medical profession does not need to be labeled as nuts, they are anything but insecure and unprofessional. Everyone working in the medical profession today has to stay up with new educated technology. The institutions spend so much time and money just keeping the staff educated about patient safety and confidentially. Believe me, a care giver has the natural ability to treat everyone with respect and dignity. They have earned my respect. I watch them work as a team, fighting a sometimes never ending battle. I certainly do not want to bring any shame to my fellow professionals, but the time has come for someone to let the world know that there is something happening, and it isn't always plesant. Faith, gender, color, or upbringing makes no difference when it comes to searching for one more answer. Maybe it is enough to help you strengthen the faith you already have, or give you something to start asking questions about. In the book, "A DYING MAN NEVER LIES," I do not tell of any certain place these things happen, because I respect their privacy, and as the next person, wish to continue to work. It does not matter. What matters is the fact that it happens in all of them. You only hear about the Miraculous of life, which we need to hear about especially when all we hear on TV or in the newspapers are doom and gloom. Now is the time to tell about the things we never tell the public. Hospitals and nursing homes are not HAUNTED! It just happens to be the place where some people die. People claim to have seen ghost in ever place you can think of. Probably because someone did die there, or had some type of attachment to that particular place before their death. While some of you might want to disagree with me, stop. I don't care what the meaning of haunted is, look at the bigger issue. We see something, maybe a solid form, sometimes it might be a noise, light, or smell. "A DYING MAN NEVER LIES," was writ.

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A Dying Man Never Lies a Dying Man Never Lies: A Collection of True Ghost Stories a Collection of True Ghost Stories
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Kerperien, Eathel Ann

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A Dying Man Never Lies a Dying Man Never Lies: A Collection of True Ghost Stories a Collection of True Ghost Stories

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1418466697

Now is the time to tell about the things we never tell the public. Hospitals and nursing homes are not HAUNTED! It just happens to be the place where some people die. People claim to have seen ghost in ever place you can think of. Probably because someone did die there, or had some type of attachment to that particular place before their death. While some of you might want to disagree with me, stop. I don't care what the meaning of haunted is, look at the bigger issue. We see something, maybe a solid form, sometimes it might be a noise, light, or smell. "A DYING MAN NEVER LIES," was written for my dying patients, and their families.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781418466695
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1418466697
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2004
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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