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The Real Ghost Whisperer

Date: 10-11-05
Host: George Noory
Guests: Mary Ann Winkowski, Dr. Masaru Emoto

Paranormal investigator Mary Ann Winkowski talked about her experiences with earthbound spirits, many of whom she has helped to cross over, and her work as a consultant on the hit TV show, Ghost Whisperer.

Mary Ann said a spirit has only 72 to 80 hours after its funeral service to go into the light. During this period the spirit can see the light, which she explained would gradually decrease in size until it closes for good. This does not, however, mean the spirit is trapped forever on the physical plane. According to Mary Ann, if the spirit visits another person's memorial service, that spirit can enter the light it finds there. She also claims to be able to summon a white light that spirits can use to move on -- a skill her grandmother taught her when she was a girl.

Later, Mary Ann shared a story about a dead DEA agent who visited her at home. She said the man's spirit asked her to call his partner and give him the location of his body. Mary Ann also recounted the time she found a large spirit snake in a woman's closet, as well as provided tips for people who want to communicate with spirits in dreams.

Water Theories

Dr. Masaru Emoto and his English interpreter joined George in the L.A. studio to discuss some of Dr. Emoto's surprising theories about water. According to Emoto, water is 'alive' and can be affected by positive and negative energy (vibrations). Good words and music cause water molecules to assemble into hexagonal-shaped crystals, Emoto explained, while bad vibrations cause water to form ugly, mal-formed shapes. Emoto also noted that there is a discernable difference in taste between good and bad water: good water has a sweet flavor, bad water is bitter.

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