On June 16, 1959, when Jean Cline was 13 years old, the spirit of George Reeves came to her. At least that's what she told a highly skeptical psychotherapist, Gary Duncan, when she first came to his office in the spring of 1996. Gary, who at the time was a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor holding a degree in psychology and a master's degree in counseling, initially concluded that the woman before him was perhaps delusional, if not outright psychotic He would spend the next several months trying to unravel what he perceived to be Jean's delusional system in a compassionate attempt to help her. But something peculiar happened. The more Gary tried to unravel Jean's delusions, the more his own hypotheses unraveled; the more he attempted to explain her case using traditional clinical approaches, the more inexplicable things became. In an effort to make sense of what he was witnessing, Gary gave Jean a battery of psychological tests, which she took on two separate occasions once as herself, and once as George Reeves. Dr. George Lester, an independent psychologist not otherwise connected with this case, evaluated the test results. Dr. Lester verified that each of the MMPI and NEO PI-R profiles were valid, which meant Jean and George answered the questions truthfully. What was most surprising, however, was that two distinct psychological profiles emerged. Travel with Jean and Gary through their initial encounter, past-life regressions, psychic experiments, and clinical testing as they tell the story of how a highly educated and well respected psychotherapist ran out of clinical explanations and eventually came to believe that George Reeves and Jean Cline are Twin Souls Merging.