publication date: Jul 15, 2012
A case that will challenge sceptics to find a non-spiritual explanation is making headlines in America's media, following the publication of Real Messages from Heaven
by Faye Aldridge
When the author's husband, Burke, was diagnosed with cancer in 2005, Faye expected God to perform a miracle. Both she and her husband were devout Christians. "I expressed my faith. I covered him in the word of God. I read the Bible to him every day," she says.
The miracle she expected did not happen. Just 21 days after the diagnosis, 53-year-old Burke passed away. But a different miracle did
Within hours of Burke being pronounced dead at the hospital, two members of the medical team who had treated him received a "visitation" from Burke in their own homes – before they knew that he had passed on. What's more, the men had never met.
The testimonies of oncologist Dr Carl Willis and neurosurgeon Dr Arthur Cushman are included in the book and they have both testified to the occurrence in a TV news report (see video below or go the the WSMV website
Learning that he was in the final stages of cancer, Burke made a promise to his wife that he would find a unique way to reach out to her from heaven. The website of Channel 4 WSMV.com
carries the video of the interview and the headline story, "Woman Says Fax From Husband Proves Afterlife", that stretches the truth somewhat. She did
receive a fax, but it was from the two medical men, telling her of their surprising encounter with the spirit of her dead husband.