Frank Colatosti was kind enought o send me this on October 27th, 2011 He was the hypnotherapist who inspired the group in London where Bill and Maggie first realize they knew each other in a past life. His e-mail address is available at the bottom of this post.…Continue
Added by Catalina Egan on October 27, 2011 at 6:13pm — No Comments
I had my first past life regression in the fall of 1991 but before that I read extensible about hypnosis and past life regressions. Three or four years before 1991 I had a series of ‘dreams’ which led me to question the possibility of re-incarnation. I did not accept the idea readily; I struggled to even take the steps to investigate it. I frequented bookstores and did not approach the ‘New Age’ areas where the books on re-incarnation were found, and yet they somehow always seemed to be…Continue
In the summer of 1996 while studying and copying by hand file No. AW1/1869 about the August 15th 1939 British Airways LTD crash at the British Airways Archives near Heathrow airport, it was suggested by Fred Huntley, the head archivist at the time, that when I returned to America I contact a Mr. Ron Davies at the Smithsonian. I had lived in the…Continue
Added by Catalina Egan on October 7, 2011 at 5:21pm — No Comments
M.C.V. Egan’s Favorite Chapter
This is from Chapter 2 in The Bridge of Deaths; (it is from an old version of the manuscript and may vary a little from the book). I am particularly fond of this chapter because the most fun part of the entire process for me was creating Maggie.
Maggie liked Foyles at Charing Cross Road and shopped there often. She had been raised with all that is unlikely,…Continue
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How did you know where to look for the information for The Bridge of Deaths?
Well, since I am not a trained historian, researcher nor had access to any private collections I simply searched EVERYWHERE! In 1993 the information superhighway was not available. I got in my car and drove to Florida Atlantic University; I first began with history books and the newspaper microfilms there at Wimberly Library. They have the last 200 years of The Times (London) and I…Continue
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When I first began to research The Bridge of Deaths I found that in history books I could usually find mention of Anthony Crossley whenever the Munich Pact of 1938 was mentioned. He was a one of a Small group of what was known as the anti-appeasers. Neville Chamberlain then Prime Minister of England in an effort (for better or worse, the latter being the opinion of most) to prevent war with Germany signed an agreement, with England, France and Italy. The agreement today in…Continue
Added by Catalina Egan on October 7, 2011 at 5:15pm — No Comments