Do Dead People Watch You Shower?

And Other Questions You've Been All but Dying to Ask a Medium

Do Dead People Watch You Shower?

Medium Concetta Bertoldi answers all your questions about life after life . . . from the irreverent: (If the dead are always with us, do they have a XXX view of my bedroom?) . . . to the poignant: (Will my deceased father be with me when I walk down the aisle on my wedding day?) . . . to the heartfelt: (When loved ones leave this life too early or under tragic circumstances, are they eternally heartbroken or can they find peace in heaven?) Concetta Bertoldi has been communicating with the "Other Side" since childhood. In Do Dead People Watch You Shower?, the first-ever book of its kind, she exposes the naked truth about the fate and happiness of our late loved ones with no-holds-barred honesty and delightfully wry humor, answering questions that range from the practical to the outrageous. In addition she shares with us her own intimate secrets, revealing with refreshing candor how her miraculous gift has affected her life, her marriage, her friendships, and her career, as well as the myriad ways she has used it to help others.

Do Dead People Walk Their Dogs?

Questions You'd Ask a Medium If You Had the Chance

Do Dead People Walk Their Dogs?

Highly unorthodox questions and answers about life after life from America's most delightful medium Concetta Bertoldi has been communicating with the "Other Side" since childhood. In her previous book, the bestselling Do Dead People Watch You Shower?, she addressed questions about the afterlife that ranged from the poignant to the provocative. Now she returns with Do Dead People Walk Their Dogs?, a second volume of intriguing observations about our beloved deceased. Moving, funny, and fascinating, it will open your eyes to what really comes after life—while offering intimate insights into Concetta's own astonishing life and what her gift has meant to her marriage, her friendships, and the path she was destined to take.

Supernatural America

A Cultural History

Supernatural America

• Shares hundreds of real-life stories, and uses hundreds of sources, many of them forgotten • Provides a bibliography of authoritative books and articles, both in support of and arguing against beliefs in the supernatural

I Kissed a Ghost (and I Liked It)

A Jersey Girl’s Reality Show . . . with Dead People

I Kissed a Ghost (and I Liked It)

Wisdom for the Living with Insights from the Dead Guidance from the other side: Life on Earth can be crazy hard. Each lifetime gives us new opportunities to learn and grow spiritually, but it’s not easy to know which way to go. Renowned medium Concetta Bertoldi knows your loved ones are there to send a hello from heaven and guide you from the other side. In I Kissed a Ghost (and I Liked It), the New York Times bestselling author shares lessons that she and her clients have learned through contact with the “dead folks” who have our backs. The loved ones you’ve lost are always in reach: Many people visit a medium to be reassured that their loved ones are nearby. Your grief is only as deep as your love, and those who have died are in the AIR you breathe―they are always in reach. With her trademark warmth and humor, Concetta shows you how to see evidence of ghosts and spirits in this world, and how to accept their help. Understand your soul’s divine purpose: If each of us is living our own reality show, our loved ones are the producers, guiding us through the drama and good grief. The inner voice steering you to truth may just be a ghost. In I Kissed a Ghost (and I Liked It), you’ll learn how to: • Protect yourself from stuck energy • Forgive yourself for mistakes and regrets • Embrace your authentic self in this life Readers who know that heaven is for real and liked Between Two Worlds, Bridging Two Realms, Proof of Heaven, and Good Grief will love I Kissed a Ghost (and I Liked It): A Jersey Girl’s Reality Show…with Dead People.

Psychics, Healers, & Mediums

A Journalist, a Road Trip, and Voices from the Other Side

Psychics, Healers, & Mediums

Since the dawn of time, people have been fascinated by those who claim to have extraordinary psychic abilities. The fascination has reached a fever pitch with the rise of modern media. It is safe to say that many of these folks are either extraordinary frauds or extraordinarily deluded. But could some of them be legitimate? Do some people actually possess psychic gifts that can be used to help and heal? For 20 years, Emmy Award-winning journalist Jenniffer Weigel has been interviewing and investigating mediums, psychics, and healers. She became particularly interested in this topic after the death of her father in 2001. “I felt that as a journalist, it was my duty to go behind the scenes with these people who claim they can talk to dead people or heal the sick and really pull the curtain back on these so-called ‘gifts.’” This book provides in-depth interviews with today’s top mediums, psychics, and healers, including Thomas John, Judith Orloff, Concetta Bertoldi, Caroline Myss, Echo Bodine, Rebecca Rosen, Paul Selig, and Michael Bodine. In addition to the interviews, each chapter contains readings for both Weigel and an individual previously unknown to the medium, psychic, or healer. In short, Weigel puts these psychically gifted people to the test—and the results are startling and profound. This is for fans of the book’s psychic participants and for people fascinated with communication with the dead, the idea of an afterlife, and the possibility of nontraditional healing.

Communication with the Dead

Communication with the Dead

The idea of reaching into the afterlife to communicate with loved ones and others who have died has captured the popular imagination. This book examines various ways this can be done including through automatic writing, electronic voice phenomena, and even computers. Fascinating examples of communication with the dead by TV mediums, ghost hunters, and scientists at respected universities are explored.

Inside the Other Side

Soul Contracts, Life Lessons, and How Dead People Help Us, Between Here and Heaven

Inside the Other Side

“Concetta Bertoldi is definitely not your run-of-the-mill medium.” —actor Billy Baldwin “With her fun loving and sparkling personality, it is no wonder the spirit world wants to speak to her.” —James Van Praagh, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Talking to Heaven The New York Times bestselling author of Do Dead People Watch You Shower?, celebrity psychic medium Concetta Bertoldi talks intimately about soul contracts, life lessons, and how dead people help us between here and heaven, as she leads us on an eye-opening tour Inside the Other Side. With the same compassion and wit that inspired Publishers Weekly to praise “the charm of this ‘average Jersey girl who talks to the dead,’” Concetta shares, her own experiences with loss, as well as the fascinating and comforting anecdotes of those she’s read for over the years. Readers of Sylvia Browne and Alison Dubois, and the avid television audience for John Edward and Lisa Williams will be inspired by Concetta’s powerful insights and guidance as she explains how to cope with life’s most difficult issues by getting in touch with angels on the Other Side.

Sightseeing in the Undiscovered Country

Tales Retold by a Psychic Bystander?

Sightseeing in the Undiscovered Country

?Get ready to slip on your psychic walking shoes and follow Louisa into the unseen world around us. Ramble through tales of dead relatives who insist on having the last annoying word, ghosts behaving badly, inspiring near-death experiences, and dreams foretelling the future. Along the way, you?ll find comfort, laughter, and some spine-tingling moments that may have you looking over your shoulder! A great guilty pleasure for those who love reading true paranormal tales.? ?Concetta Bertoldi, renowned psychic medium and New York Times bestselling author of Do Dead People Watch You Shower? When Ronnie attempted suicide, his departed father rushed back to prevent it. Christine peered into her daughter?s room one day to discover her child?s invisible friend was real. Linda dreamed about a shoot-out at a local bar?and that may have been what saved her life the next day. This sequel to Loitering at the Gate to Eternity chronicles more than one hundred psychic tales from everyday people working in the fields of science, education, finance, entertainment, pastoral services, and more. It also highlights scientific studies into consciousness, near-death experiences, and reincarnation. When you finish reading this astonishing anthology, you may never view ?reality? the same way again.

DROP DEAD BEAUTIFUL

DROP DEAD BEAUTIFUL

From Miami to Beverly Hills, from Mexico City, Acapulco and Las Vegas, LUCKY SANTANGELO is back! And so is the illegitimate son ANTHONY BONAR, of her one time Godfather and lethal enemy, ENZIO BONNATI. Lucky is preparing for the opening of her new multi-billion dollar hotel complex in Las Vegas, The Keys. But Anthony Bonar - drug lord and vicious killer - is out to stop her in any way he can. Meanwhile, MAX, Lucky's wild 16-year-old daughter, has run off to hook up with a man she met on the Internet. Instead of the gorgeous guy she thought she'd be meeting, he turns out to be an obsessed rich psycho with a deep-seated grudge against Lucky. And so the lethal games begin...

Psycho in the Shower

The History of Cinema's Most Famous Scene

Psycho in the Shower

"With this book, Philip Skerry makes an ambitious and largely successful effort to restore perspective to the debate that has swirled around Psycho since Hitchcock first ripped back the shower curtain of our expectations in 1960 and plunged his knife into the collective cinematic consciousness." - John Baxter, Film International Psycho in the Shower is a multi-dimensional study of Psycho's astonishing shower scene. Philip J. Skerry shows how it may be the most significant and influential film scene of all and substantiates this claim by providing chapters on the evolution of the scene in Hitchcock's career, with particular focus on his methods for creating suspense and terror in the audience. In tracing the evolution of the shower scene, the author discusses and analyzes many films (both Hitchcockian and otherwise) that lead up to Psycho. The book places the shower scene in the cultural and social contexts of American popular culture of the 1950s and 1960s, arguing that it helped to create a revolution in both sensibility and cinematic style. Several unique dimensions help to set this study apart from other books on Psycho and Hitchcock: extensive and detailed interviews with people who worked on the film, including star Janet Leigh and screenwriter Joseph Stefano (the last significant interviews before their deaths); a close study of Hitchcock's employment of mise en scene and montage in the scenes leading up to the famous shower murder; a shot by shot analysis of the scene itself and a discussion of the numerous controversies surrounding it; and a provocative and insightful account of the writing of the book itself, which provides a unique look at the author's creative process. The book culminates with examples of how the shower scene has become embedded in the matrix of contemporary culture and the remarkable ways in which the scene affected people on first viewing.