Great Spiritualists and Friends
Excerpt from the website of The Leslie Flint Educational Trust Ltd.:
"I am a medium, I have a rare gift known as the independent direct voice. I do not speak in trance, I need no trumpets or other paraphernalia. The voices of the dead speak directly to their friends or relatives and are located in a space a little above my head and slightly to one side of me.They are objective voices which my sitters can record on their own tape recorders to play later in the privacy of their own homes. Sometimes those who speak from beyond the grave achieve only a whisper, hoarse and strain, at other times they speak clearly and fluently in voices recognizably their own during life.
"I do my work by sitting wide awake in total darkness with other people. I know I have learnt more about life and people and human problems and emotions by sitting in the dark than I could possibly have learnt in any other way, and those who have taught me the most are people who, dead to this world, are living in the next."
Taken from Voices in the Dark, Leslie Flint's autobiography.
The "famous" were no strangers to him: Rudolph Valentino often came sounding a bit like Charles Boyer, which was correct since he had been taught English by a French governess; others included Leslie Howard, Ivor Novello, Cosmo Lang [the late Archbishop of Canterbury] and Queen Victoria - an important calling-card for the invitation for Flint to take tea at Kensington Palace with the Queen's daughter Princess Louise.
Listen to a large choice of recordings of direct voice communications from the Spirit world.