Visions and Visitors chronicles Susan's spiritual journey as an ordinary child whose startling gifts forced her to entertain the notion that she was birthed into an extraordinary life. She was raised in a devout Catholic family and schooled by religious nuns. This environment nurtured her visions and she soon realized that she possessed what her Irish ancestors called the gift of "second sight."
Susan intertwines the story of her inward struggle to become her authentic self, with the complexities of her daily life as wife, mother, single parent and breadwinner. Despite the conflict she felt about her choice of whether to follow a conventional career or embrace her gifts as a psychic medium, her "call to service" triumphs.