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American Psychic: A Spiritual Journey from the Heartland to Hollywood, Heaven and Beyond – Marla Frees

(Encore Show) Transformational Psychic Medium Marla Frees spent twenty-five years as a successful TV and stage actress. In her new book, American Psychic: A Spiritual Journey from the Heartland to Hollywood, Heaven and Beyond” she stares her own story from small town girl who develops her psychic gifts and relationship with God to being a professional actress and a full time transformational psychic medium. Along the way, she learns to trust the voice of Spirit, which never fails her. Marla Frees’ story of spiritual transformation takes us into realms that will astonish, inspire and heal. Her tales of harrowing childhood, burgeoning career in Hollywood and astounding psychic and spiritual adventures along the way will keep the reader spellbound. Dead people, murder, Hollywood heart throbs, sex, psychic visions and UFOs are all a part of her amazing story. Marla Frees found herself catapulted and positioned into situations with psychic awareness and messages from deceased loved ones to assist people from all walks of life—including the most skeptic.
Since devoting herself to her current work she has appeared as a psychic medium on A&E, Bravo, History Channel, SyFy, TV Land, and Gaia TV’s “Beyond Belief with George Noory.” Radio audiences have heard Marla on George Noory’s “Coast-to-Coast,” Lisa Garr’s “Aware Show,” Jennifer Weigel’s “Conversations with Weigel,” and dozens of podcasts. Marla was a co-host and psychic/medium expert for “Dreamland” on and most recently appears on YouTube teleconferences with physicist, author, and consciousness expert Tom Campbell, blending physics with metaphysics to understand the “science” of how Marla works. She appears across the country presenting “Messages with Marla” to small and large groups, educating people about their own intuition, connecting them with deceased loved ones, and potentially providing information about any aspect of their lives for their greatest good.
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