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A Haunted Life: The True Ghost Story of a Reluctant Psychic Paperback – July 8, 2013
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Robinson was born a psychic, but raised in a very strict religious home. Because of this, she experienced conflicted feelings about her abilities. She tells a hair-raising story about her encounter with true evil as a child. Readers will think twice about using a Ouija board after reading this mesmerizing tale.
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The most heart breaking moment in the book was the passing of her son. I cried, literally cried, when she realized "he" left his body. I don't know what would be worse... being haunted by spirits asking for help....Or being haunted by your own child. My heart truly went out for her story.
If you're a ghost hunter, paranormal investigator, or psychic on the prowl for a quick entertaining book...
Read Debra Robinson's "A Haunted Life: True Ghost Story of a Reluctant Psychic."
I enjoyed this book so much more than I was expecting.
The book tells the life of a woman who has psychic abilities and tormented throughout her life with not knowing if it is from evil origin or a gift from God and how to use it to it's fullest and most pure ability.
As a practicing Roman Catholic I believe that some people are given these abilities and that it is something to be taken carefully.
Possibly my favorite aspect of this book is how I feel the author really portrays what her life was like with this ability very thoroughly and eloquently.
Barbie: Debra Robinson shares her life story in this well--written, unputdownable memoir. From her ghost-rich childhood to her most recent psychic struggles, Debra's story makes for a fascinating read.
Although utterly heart-rending at times, this book is ultimately an uplifting testament as to the strength of the human soul. It is a reminder of our true spirit selves, and the fact that death is by no means the end of our journey
About the Author
Debra Robinson is a professional psychic and carries on a dual career in music, songwriting, and music publishing. She works with hauntedhistory.net, Haunted Heartland Tours, and as a floating member of several paranormal investigation groups. Debra does private readings and volunteers for various online metaphysical sites. She heads JSMS, an annual charity skating event, and lives in a haunted house in a small town in Ohio.
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Thank you Debra for sharing your journey and may God bless you, James, and Rod always.
Can Debra Robinson's ghost stories and tales of psychic phenomena be explained with natural causes? Some of them, maybe. Yet certainly not all of them. Do I believe Debra? Yes, I do.
"A Haunted Life" is a soul-baring memoir. Not only does it tell about Debra's life-long struggle with her psychic "gift", it also tells about the ups and downs in her life and the most terrible loss a mother can suffer, the death of her only child. Did Debra open a window to "the other side" and let darkness into her life when she carelessly played with this Ouija board she had wished for and received as a Christmas present while she was still a little girl? Did this have anything to do with the fatal accident of her son? Did it have anything to do with the other negative and tragic events in her life? Is this darkness still following her?
Read this book and find your own answers.
It has been said, (by who I forget at this moment) "tragedy never comes knocking at our door without bareing a gift in its hands". This book is a great example of this.Have you heard from my ungrateful spawn?
The main focus is on her son James whos life was cut tragically short by a schoolmates mother who was, quite frankly, an irresponsable drunken mess. Debra struggles with thoughts of wanting to do unthinkable things to this woman after the court hands down a sentence that is far less than what the beast of a woman deserved.
She killed Debras only child. Everyone loved her son James. When Debra found herself in a situation where revenge would have been easy to pull off and much deseved (in my opinion). I was cheering for her evil to come out out, but shes demonstrates how to be an accountable, responsable and spiritual human. Goodness 10/evil 0.
I understand all of this and realize that we are meant to rise above base animal intincts, blah blah blah. I fear what would have happened if i had been in her shoes. I am considered pretty spiritual by many, but i really wanted Debra to at least kick a little a$%. A black eye perhaps?
Ok back to the book. It brought me to tears and allowed me to almost know the feelings that the tragedy brought into her life and to come close to experiencing the dark void that nothing could fill.
It was a first hand look at every parents biggest fear, and it hurt.
On the other hand she was a great role model for how one should behave.
The one main problem that I had with this book was that it became a bit preachy at times, but all in all i was entertained.
I was mystified by the man who appeared in the nightclub. He made her review her lift somehow. I think he was her guardian angel. He was spooky.
She writes about the Darkness following her. I don't think it did, she just lived a life where tragedy did hit but who does not have tragedy from time to time in ones life? I do think she needed therapy in order to get over the death of her son. I think his death was his exit point in his life. It was for her to balance and her father needed therapy as well but because he did not have a doctor that saw that he was depressed, he just could not get passed it and took matters into his own hands.
I hope that Debra writes another book. I also hope that she looks into helping kids with problems and having psychic vision could help so many kids in hospitals who are perhaps dying of cancer. She just might turn them around through compassion and her own understanding of her personal low points.
It was a good read--fast and clearly presented.