His inability to forgive himself kept him in a time long past. He was unaware the year was 2010, and that he had been dead for 75 years.
DALLAS, TX (PRWEB) August 01, 2012
“Daniel Armstrong, a guilt-ridden ghost from the 1930’s, was tired of the wind and sand, aloneness, sorrow and grief,” Herrick says. “His inability to forgive himself kept him in a time long past. He was unaware the year was 2010, and that he had been dead for 75 years.”
An excerpt from “Daniel’s View”:
“I went to bed on the night of May 5, 2010 and read for a while before turning off the light as I do many nights. In the last few months it has not been unusual for me to see spirit essences in a darkened room. Last night, out of a group of seven of those spirits two stood out. The first to appear was a man I believed to be in his early thirties. A nice-looking man with dark hair a bit on the long side and a well shaped beard and mustache. He was dressed in an old dark suit and a white shirt. Well worn work shoes that turned up a bit at the toes as though they were too long for his feet completed his look of the early 1900s. His face faded and a beautiful little blond haired girl approximately three years old smiled at me. Her hair was long with bangs cut straight across her forehead. She wore a straw hat with the brim turned up in front that framed her face beautifully. There was no doubt in my mind she was a happy child, unaware of the hardships her father faced.”
About the Author
Wynoma Herrick lives in Dallas, Texas. Her interest in the paranormal has been strong for several years and has been enhanced by ardent studies and personal experience. Messages from spirit guides, and some who have crossed over, are as real to her as conversations with best friends.
Herrick is also the author of the book I Am.
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