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Writer Beth Levine was skeptical about the services of animal communicators. But through her research she learned that many pet owners find the information conveyed by the communicators to be uncannily accurate. She was further surprised when tonight's guest,Amelia Kinkade took a look at a photo of Buddy (Levine's beagle-- pictured) and was able to tell her specific details, such as the dog was close to a woman named Carol or Courtney. Levine's mother Carol lived across the street, and she and the dog "adored" each other. For more, see the article Hello, Fluffy? Can You Hear Me?(1) (PDF file).

1. http://www.ameliakinkade.com/pdfs/goodhousekeeping1001.pdf

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