Signs From The Afterlife


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When Lyn Ragan started hearing from her deceased fiance', she thought she had gone crazy. Not only had the love of her life been ripped away, she was suddenly seeing dead people.

Days after his murder, Christopher Oney, aka, Chip, grabbed his fiancé while she laid sleeping. "I'm not gone," he told her. "You can't see me, but I'm here. I'll never leave you. I promise."

Chip's ongoing after-life communications take his fiancé on an extraordinary journey into the magic and wonder of life beyond death. His determination to keep her focused on his continued life instead of his physical murder, gives the reader hope that eternal love and ever lasting life truly exist. As Intuitive Megan Riley points out in this book, Chip is a perfect

model for those who pass from violence. They are still just as, if not more, full of love and possibility.

A real page-turner filled with loss, grief, hope, humor, and love, Wake Me Up! is one of the most detailed and profound ADC's written. Ragan's vivid, real-time accounts of Chip's on-going dream-visitations, signals, and signs, will change the way you think about life, death, and the Afterlife.

"Death is not the end of who we are. Love can never die. 

The one Key to everything beautiful is --Love. Our love lives forever."


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  • "I literally couldn't get off the computer while reading your book. I am so happy to find this because I lost my 39 year old daughter two yrs ago. I miss her so much. Thank you f..."
    Ruth F.
    Mother of loving Daughter in the Afterlife
  • "Love your book Wake Me Up, Lyn. All the emotions you feel after Chip's passing are what I felt when my Gene passed. I feel very connected with you."
    Jan H.
    Widow in Texas