|Date:||Sunday - May 5, 2002|
If you had asked George Dalzell, a professional psychiatric social worker, afew years ago if he thought he'd be talking with the dead, he would havesaid, "no way." Yet, when his close friend Michael, an airline purser fromGermany, was killed, things started happening that permanently shiftedDalzell's "perspective on reality." As a therapist, Dalzell had counseledpeople who claimed to hear voices. Now, Dalzell was hearing a voice himself,and it was that of Michael.