Interesting new book...
From the New York Times Review of Books upcoming releases:
Michelle Malkin has brought a fresh, honest and thought provoking attitude to the world of psychic phenomena. As a psychic medium, author and blogger, she has helped handfuls with her uncanny ability to communicate with those who have crossed over to the Other Side.
In her new book, Michelle crosses over, putting words in the mouths of the dead as only she can.
Here are some highlights…
- Michelle crosses over and questions the patriotism of parents who have lost their children in the war. “I don't approve of your behavior, mom”, Michelle relays to the grieving mother of Casey Sheehan.
- Michelle crosses over to contact Jean Charles de Menezes, a Brazilian electrician who was mistakenly shot dead in London, suspected of being a terrorist. Through Michelle, he says, “I was kind of twitchy that morning, and, I probably should have just worn a windbreaker or something…my bad”.
- Michelle talks to the family of Hiroshi Kasawagi, a Japanese-American who was incarcerated in an internment camp in 1942, telling them that Mr. Kasawagi says, “I’m glad I died in an internment camp, it was best for America that way. Even though I wasn’t a spy, I’m sure I looked like one.”
On sale starting Saturday.