An incredible true story of a love that survives death
Haunted houses, demonic attacks, family tragedy, and rock’n roll—Debra Robinson has experienced it all. Born into a psychic, though religious, family, Debra always felt conflicted about her gifts. To complicate matters, a darkness seems to follow her when she begins her career as a rock musician. Did it come from the Ouija board she played with as a teenager? Or from the poltergeist who haunted her home?
Follow this reluctant psychic through her amazing personal story as she struggles to come to terms with her ability . . . and the darkness that pursues her. It is finally the tragic deaths in her family—and visits from the other side—that lead her to the answers she’s seeking and prove that love, indeed, survives beyond death.
Praise: “This is a fascinating book. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to communicate with the dead, read this memoir. It will blow your mind.”—John Kachuba, author of Ghosthunters
“Debra Robinson is the real deal. [This book] is a venture into a woman’s life that takes you and holds you from the first typed word to the last page turn.”—Sherri Brake, author of The Haunted History of the Ohio State Reformatory
One common element between paranormal writers, enthusiasts, and investigators is an experience with a haunting. Here, Debra Robinson, author of A Haunted Life and The Dead Are Watching, discusses her experiences growing up and some of the haunted stories that she encounters as she continues her investigations.
Psychic Debra Robinson always had a sense that whatever life was about, it was about more than just her. That sense led her down some strange paths in her lifetime, including an incredibly haunted house.Here the Haunted Life author recounts her first paranormal experiences.
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