Kerry Williams has taken many photos she cannot explain.
Kerry Williams has taken many photos she cannot explain.

Ghost whisperer to launch book

FOR THE Love of Heaven, a first book for Maryborough’s resident ghost whisperer Kerry Williams, is set to hit the shelves hot off the printers over the next week.

The self-published book is a personal account of Ms Williams’ paranormal experiences in the Heritage City and is aimed at “showing people that there are other realms of life after death”.

Ms Williams, who will sign copies of her book at Maryborough’s Book City from noon on Thursday, March 18, was yesterday “very excited but very nervous” about the release.

“It took me a whole year to write,” she said.

“It was written by hand, proofed and published by myself on a very tight budget.

“I’m nervous people will be disappointed because I have no formal writing training.”

Regardless, she hoped some of her photographs – snapped over the past couple of years on a small digital camera – might help open people’s eyes.

She has filled albums with her untouched photographs showing what she believes are large numbers of different sized and coloured orbs, coloured mists and dark shapes which she simply cannot explain.

Ms Williams’ spiritual journey started in 2008 after the death of her mother.

“Things started to happen to me,” she said.

“I was getting messages – at first I thought they were coincidences and then I thought maybe I was going a bit loopy.”

She slowly learned how to communicate with those on the “other side” through meditation and it has “completely changed the way I live my life”.

Book City Maryborough and Hervey Bay and Janet’s Art in Maryborough will stock For the Love of Heaven.

Fraser Coast residents can also buy copies directly from Ms Williams on 0437 657 988.



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