Wayne Isaacs & John G. Sutton
From his earliest childhood Wayne Isaacs experienced inexplicable, seriously disturbing phenomena that caused him deep emotional and mental stress. Attacked in the hours of darkness by his own toy monkey he did what any terrified young boy would do, he wet the bed. Night after night dark shadows haunted his little bedroom, unseen beings whispered in his ears driving him wild with terror. Eventually his parents took him to a psychiatrist, Wayne was considered to be psychologically unbalanced.
This book tells the true story of one of the UKs best known TV Psychics who went from being an inmate within a secure psychiatric unit to incredible international success.
You will be astounded by the honesty with which Wayne describes his experiences inside what at the time was termed a 'mental hospital'. They said he suffered from Bi-Polar psychiatric problems, that the voices he was hearing were part of his illness but Wayne told them, 'I'm not mad, I'm psychic'. It would take many years for him to prove this.
This amazing book is full of incredible insights into just what it is like to be a child with paranormal powers when everyone thinks you are insane. There is humour in here too, strange stories about how Wayne met various odd characters on his way to understanding the true nature of his gift. At one stage of his young life Wayne ran away to live by the seaside at Margate where he was approached by a large Nun who told him he must be baptised in the name of The Lord Jesus. This was really weird as Wayne is Jewish but the Nun insisted and dunked him naked in a bath full of freezing cold water. When his landlord came in and saw Wayne minus his underpants being blessed by a gigantic Nun he ordered him out of the lodging house.
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'The funniest book I have read in years' Spike Milligan
'Astonishing, scary, illuminating and hilarious' Psychic World
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