A recent ABC News article spotlighted author Bonnie McEneaney, who recently released a book entitled Messages: Signs, Visits, and Premonitions from Loved Ones Lost on 9/11, composed of interviews with those who lost loved ones in 9/11 and who have been in contact with them since, whether that contact comes from signs, portents, dreams or even direct experiences of ghosts and other paranormal phenomena.
ABC News reports:
“Bonnie McEneaney’s strange journey began with premonitions. Her 46-year old husband, Eamon, a legendary athlete turned trader who worked at the World Trade Center, seemed to have a foreboding feeling in the weeks before September 11th. On September 2, 2001 she said they were at a barbecue where Eamon spoke to his brother about the possibility of the World Trade Center being hit again. He was debating whether he should take people to the roof this time or whether he should try to bring them down the stairs, McEneaney recalled. And in the days that followed, she said it was clear that Eamon suspected he didn’t have long to live… Speaking with others in the 9/11 community, McEneaney discovered that ‘goose-bump’ experiences like hers were common.
“‘I think there’s probably been close to 200 people that I’ve interviewed or had discussions with,’ said McEneaney.”
What do you think – why do the departed choose to stay in touch with loved ones?