David Drew was born in 1954 with the ability to see the dead. Playing with spirit children was a natural part of his day. At the age of fourteen his worried mother took him to a child psychiatrist, who asked him what he saw. When David passed on what the doctor's deceased wife had to say, he was promptly discharged.
At the Spiritualist church he learned to understand more about his gifts, and at the age of fourteen began to demonstrate them on a public platform. Trance work saw many people speak through him, including Timothy Evans, wrongly hanged for murder. Out drinking in his twenties, he was caught up in the Birmingham pub bombings, where he witnessed amid the carnage, rescue missions from the spirit world.
In his thirties he was joined by a spirit doctor who was revealed to be Nobel Prize winner, Dr Albert Schweitzer. He later found he could recall his past lives and existences in the spirit world. This brought a desire to teach people about life and the afterlife, and led him to tour the world, appearing on TV, Radio and international publications in his quest to do so.
The true story of a young boy who sees ghosts. With a foreword by actor Ricky Tomlinson, this autobiographical work examines the life of a child who interacts with the dead on a daily basis and how the ability to see them affects his family and ultimately his adult life....
5 out of 5 stars
when David spoke it was very informative,enjoyable