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Do Dead People Walk Their Dogs?: Questions You'd Ask a Medium If You Had the Chance by Concetta BertoldiDo Dead People Walk Their Dogs?: Questions You’d Ask a Medium If You Had the Chance
By Concetta Bertoldi
Publisher: Harper (April 2009)
Pages: 288 – Price: $13.99

Ghostvillage.com review

If you enjoyed Concetta Bertoldi’s Do Dead People Watch You Shower?, you will find this book a delightfully thoughtful reading adventure. There is much to mull over in this fine, well-written book.

This book, like Bertoldi’s earlier one, is about numerous questions concerning the fate and happiness of loved ones who have passed over, and what awaits them in the afterlife. Concetta Bertoldi is a fulltime medium, married, and lives with her husband in New Jersey.

There are enough fascinating questions raised and answered in this book than can be guessed at! The reader will find many questions which apply directly to the man or woman who picks up this book. Here is a sample of how the questions are asked: “Is there one method that the deceased use more than others when they want to connect?” “Do dead people ever lie?” “How can we use whatever level of psychic ability we have for the greatest good?” “Does everyone have past lives?” “What are some of the causes of ‘family karma’?” “Do our pets reincarnate, like humans do?” “Will our deceased loved ones be in close vigil with us before we ourselves across to the Other Side?” “Why does God allow suffering?” “Can you explain what it feels like to travel out of the body?” “What’s the craziest ghost story you’ve ever heard or experienced?” “When we dream of the dead, are they really trying to talk to us?”

The answers to these and other intriguing questions are found in the book. I would suggest you purchase a copy of this book for the wide range of ideas discussed concerning the dead and the afterlife.

Well-written, this is a highly enjoyable book for people interested in ghosts and the afterlife.

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