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Everything You Wanted to Know About the Afterlife with Medium Hollister Rand

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Today's special guest, Hollister Rand is an internationally renowned medium, author, and speaker based in Los Angeles, CA. She provides specific messages from loved ones in spirit and is known for her extraordinarily detailed work. She has moved national and international audiences with spirit messages at demonstrations of spirit communication and on television and radio.

Hollister can see and hear spirits as well as get a sense of their personalities and emotions. During the last twenty-five-plus years, her unique abilities have provided comfort and healing to tens of thousands of people worldwide.

With her compassion and sense of humor, Hollister makes it seem as though communicating with spirits is an everyday thing. And for her, it is. Even as a very young girl, Hollister started seeing and speaking with spirits. In her grade school years, spirits filled the stairway leading to her bedroom door and surrounded her bed at night. Not always welcomed, these presences made it difficult to rest. Through the years, however, Hollister learned to “turn on and turn off” her spirit receptors, and get a good night’s sleep.

In Hollister's new book, Everything You Wanted to Know About the Afterlife but Were Afraid to Ask, she brings her incredible knowledge and experience that takes you on an eye-opening journey into the afterlife. 

“Life is never over,” says Hollister Rand. “Those we love are still as interested in our lives as they were when they were here. Damaged relationships can be healed by talking with spirits; broken hearts can be mended; questions answered. It is never too late to say, ‘I love you’ or ‘I’m sorry.’ It is never too late to give or receive forgiveness. Those opportunities do not end with what we call death.”

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