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Being the Soham Psychic

Dennis Mckenzie

4 Reviews

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Autobiography: general, Biography: religious & spiritual, Prose: non-fiction, Popular beliefs & controversial knowledge

The man who talks to the other side.

The remarkable story of one man s paranormal powers...

Dennis McKenzie was brought to the world s attention following his involvement in the tragic Soham murder case. Making stunningly accurate predictions about the deaths of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, he was dubbed the 'Soham Psychic'. Since then, Dennis s expertise has continually been drawn on to help solve many horrific crimes, including the case of the 'BTK' Killer a serial killer who bound, tortured and killed women in Wichita, Kansas and evaded the police for over 30 years.

An ordinary boy from a working-class background, Dennis never imagined his life would follow such an extraordinary path. From his first psychic sighting at the age of four to his traumatic prediction of a family friend s death, Dennis shares the experiences that have defined his remarkable life in his typically frank and down-to-earth way.

This is the fascinating story of how Dennis discovered his gift and how, with the help of his spirit guides, he has shared his psychic wisdom with the world.

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Praise for Being the Soham Psychic

  • I couldn't put this book down once I started reading it! Dennis is an amazing person with an amazing gift! -

  • If any one is sceptical about psychic ability they should have a reading by Dennis. Being the Soham Psychic is an incredible book by an incredible man. -

  • This book is an absolutley amazing account of Dennis's journey as a psychic. Once you pick this book up you will not put it down until every page is read. It is very honest and down to earth and easy to read and you will feel every emotion of all the people mentioned in this book. -

  • I was surprised by how compelling I found this book. I would consider myself a sceptic but was enthralled by the accounts of how Dennis McKenzie seems to have been able to help people in their most troubled times. He comes across as warm, down to earth and genuinely blessed with an incredible gift. A real page turner I read cover to cover in one sitting. -

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