Daisy Dryden – Death Bed Revelations from a Child – vlog

A normal ten-year-old girl, never exhibiting a predilection for spiritual thought or actions, communicated with the dead, with the spirit world, in the last three days of her life. What her family heard and saw so amazed them, her mother wrote a book about the entire ordeal. What is all the more remarkable, is that her passing occurred in 1864, in San Jose, California, as the Civil War was coming to an end. Click here to watch my YouTube video.

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This talk is included in the book: The Spirit World Talks to Us – 12 Accounts from Near Death and Other Experiences

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