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10 responses to “Call In To Calling Out!”

  1. My dad passed away in 2006 and I have many unanswered questions. I would love to reconnect with him.

  2. Hi there! I absolutely love your podcast and have listed back to the beginning 🙂 I’ve got to say I was pretty bummed when I got to the last one (well, the first one)!

    I had premature twin daughters, Rainey and Grace, who lived just a bit less than an hour and would love to hear from them. My older daughter, born about 15 months after them, has spoken of seeing them on many occasions….and told me that they saved her and her little sister during a car accident, which I am absolutely convinced is true. My father and I were extremely close, also, and passed away a couple of years after my twins. I miss the three of them every day, and would just love the opportunity to speak with one of the wonderful mediums that work with you on the show.

    I have Epilepsy and my Neurologist only allows me to work 20 hours per week, and as a single mom of two with a service dog, I am well below the poverty line, so unfortunately I’m unable to donate to the show….and for that I really am sorry. For as much as I get out of the show, I’d love to give.

    Thanks for all you do!!!


  3. I would love a reading. I’ve never had one before. I’ve currently pregnant and don’t know what we’re having and would love to know what we’re having and if this pregnancy and baby will be healthy. I also have a 17m old and would like to know anything relating to her and my family.

    I also live in the house my husband grew up in and there has been lots of activity over the years. Everyone that comes over has a story about something they’ve experienced in the house. I try and put a kibosh on the talking about it in the house because every time we do there’s increased activity afterwards. I would love to know what that is all about.

    I also I have loved ones that have passed that I would like to see if they come through. I’m a huge supporter of the podcast loved it since day 1 and have had a monthly payment subscription set up for a few months now.

    Please pick me! 

  4. Hello Ladies! I have listened to every podcast and I am a HUGE fan. I have always wanted to have a reading and feel that I am a bit sensitive as well. I recently went and had my first psychic reading and came away feeling underwhelmed and that I have gone to the wrong person for sure even after researching her. All I have ever wanted to know is if my mother whom I lost when I was 28 and my father who passed 6 months after my mother are still around me. My mom was my best friend and I have had the hardest time living as an adult orphan as I have come to call myself. At this reading that was supposed to be an hour it ended after 20 minutes because her baby(in a car seat next to her) kept crying. She told me she could do some sort of cleansing on her own that would help me a lot but it would cost me an extra $300. I lost faith in everything she said to me after that experience. I just feel so gullible and I know there are true physic and mediums out there like on your show, it is just a shame that there are so many that do take advantage of people. Anyway, long story kind of short, I would love to be a part of your show and have a reading. Thank you for bringing this show to podcasting I look forward to many more!

  5. fgHello,
    I would really love to have a reading! I am a total believer because i have had many experiences with the paranormal. I have NEVER had a reading before. I have always been afraid to go to one that was a fake. I lost my ex husband a few years ago and my now 7 year old daughter has been trying to cope with his loss and often has very vivid dreams regarding his passing. Too vivid! and on point! She even recently explained to me how and why her Dad died. We have both been very emotional and i struggle to give her the right answers. I often wonder if i am doing a great job in raising her. There is just too many unaswered questions and we truly need your help.

  6. I would love to get a reading! Very eager to know things! My friend had one done by you guys so now I want it to be my turn! 🙂

  7. I would love to receive a reading! My dad passed away in 2007, he was only 51 at the time. My husband and I were caring for him in our home for about 1yr before he passed, so we both did get to spend some time with him before his death. A month after my dad passed away, I found out I was pregnant. My daughter was born healthy and happy, but I did battle slight depression…no one ever knew though, as I was still just trying to cope with losing my dad and deal with learning how to be a parent. My husband was working long hours at the time in the oilfields. I felt very alone during this particular time frame. I reached out to a good friend of mine that I lost contact with, only to find he too passed away. He was one of the only men I really respected and admired in my life. I was and still am devastated by the loss of this man in particular. He was only 40 when he died. He was a friend that I could call and just unload on and after our conversations, I could walk away happy. This was a big loss to me. Two months after this, my grandpa passed away. I held his hand as he took his last breath. Think I failed to mention that earlier, I also held my dads hand as he was dying. Seeing my grandpa pass on, was understandable, due to his age but my mind was just aching with all the loss being so close together. I am mainly writing in today because just as of last month, June 21 2014, a friend of mine, someone I called a sister…committed suicide. I am so confused, mad, sad, that she did this. She sent me a text message a few nights prior, it was a picture of us as kids…she said she loved me, her little sister. I forgot to respond to the message, because I was sleeping. Now I am wondering if she knows how much I loved her. I wish I could talk with her one more time. I wish I could talk to any of these four people that I have lost, just one last time. I figured I could write in…it might be worth a shot!

  8. I am a fan of the show and happened to read your message. I truly am so sorry for your losses. I happen to be in the field of suicide prevention, and want you to know there is support out there for survivors who have lost loved ones to suicide. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a 24/7 hotline for those having thoughts of suicide, as well as for those who have lost a loved one. They could also link you to resources, like support groups, etc. if you wanted. The number is 1-800-273-TALK, and their website is
    Take care!!

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