Lettere di un morto ancora vivente
The acclaimed American writer E. Barker, while he was in Europe, he began to have “mediumistic communications” through “automatic writing.” He who in this way revealed itself at the beginning and that she still believed in life was David P. Hatch, born in 1846 in Dresden (Maine), and died in 1912 in Los Angeles (California). The writer personally knew the Hatch as both people of high culture and social position: the deceased had been communicating a profound scholar of philosophy and hold the position of judge.
In this book are collected communications to the writer of Judge Hatch Barker.
The reader will be fascinated by what you can and read the descriptions about the world and life that lead to what we call “dead.”.