The Afterlife Connection
Share Your Loss/Contact

Many of us have lost someone close: a parent, a child, a brother or sister. Perhaps a very dear friend. Or maybe even a beloved pet. And more than a few of us have also experienced some sort of spiritual contact with a loved one from the Other Side.


Here's your chance to share these episodes with others, relate – in your own words – how you reconnected spiritually with someone you thought you'd lost forever. Maybe it was a song like "Stardust" that triggered the sense that a loved one was contacting you. Perhaps it was an aroma, sound or, yes, a touch that you identify with the departed entity.


E-mail us at and we may publish your account here on this page so that others may be empowered to recognize their own psychic abilities. We will include first name only, and your city and state. We'd really love to hear from you.

I don’t want any of my friends or relatives to think I’m a kook, so please don’t use my city. First name is okay. Anyway, a marmalade cat was given to me when she was only about six weeks old. Honey, as we called her, lived with us for nine wonderful years, until her death last year from FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis). Every night Honey would hop into bed with us and go through her ritual of kneading the covers for a minute or so, and then curl up and go to sleep near my feet. About two days after her passing, I was lying in bed trying to fall asleep thinking about Honey, when suddenly I felt the bed shake and something moving the blankets near my feet. My husband felt it too. I turned on the light but didn’t see anything. This went on for many months until we adopted a kitten that looked so much like our precious Honey. –Brenda (city withheld by request)


Years ago, I planted a RED rose bush on the side of my house. Every time my aunt visited, she would tell me about how her mother loved YELLOW roses. I never knew my aunt’s mother because she had passed away before I was born. The month that my aunt died, a single YELLOW rose bloomed on my RED rose bush. –Janice, Trenton, NJ