Ms. L. Snowball

Evidence of Survival from Tom Flynn

A short while ago, I felt the urge to contact a medium and felt drawn to Tom, who at the time, resided in Derbyshire. I called and scheduled my telephone reading appointment and waited nervously to see which of my loved ones would communicate.

When Tom answered the phone, he informed me I was bathed in a beautiful blue light, meaning I needed some healing, saying my back was troubling me. How right he was – a long standing back problem of many moons.

“Sit comfortably,” he said, “and my spirit healer will work to ease the problem.”

Whilst my back was receiving attention, Mr. Flynn proceeded to say he had a gentleman beside him of medium height, quite well built, but not fat, with brown hair and blue eyes, who wished to communicate with me. I knew without doubt this was my very dear partner and friend Jerry who had passed to spirit almost four years earlier.

Mr. Flynn said this gentleman was talking fast and getting excited saying he was often with me, mentioning the day before he followed me into the kitchen whilst I decided which milk jug to open. He confirmed through Tom that I suffer from the cold, and he talked about the watch he had bought me; and recalled two members of my family – George and Mary.

He then proceeded to say that at 2:30 to 2:45 pm that very afternoon I had entered my garden and he’d enjoyed the walk around with me. He even goes to the shops sometimes with me, resting in an armchair by the window upon returning home.

The most profound things he mentioned were to do with our last holiday together. He talked about when we’d been in Spain and how tanned be had become. Tom’s reading was wonderful and so accurate. Then Tom told of a birthday very near, which was mine, two days later.

He then went into details of our last day in the beautiful National Park of Northumberland, the walk to the lake amongst his treasured trees and the lovely drive home.

Jerry’d remembered it all, and Tom was able to tell me everything on Jerry’s mind, even when he apologized for not having time to say goodbye; he died of a sudden heart attack.

All in all, my time spent talking with Mr. Flynn was a mind blowing experience as well as a very treasured one.

Ms. L Snowball

Newcastle on Tyne

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I write and I paint, I like to see what I can do with a camera. I hike and bike and travel. In warm weather, I swim. I'm a listener and I read. I'm a proud member of I'm lucky to have great friends, a large and beloved family. I enjoy my own company and manage to be happy most of the time. I love the outdoors.