The following excerpt is from
The Stars Still Shine: An Afterlife Journey
by Robert Murray.
Molly has me under her wing. She won't allow me to move
very much. I'm so upset that I was so stupid. I'm mad and very upset. I
didn't leave on purpose.
I don't really remember what happened except what Molly
told me. I didn't see a white light or tunnel--just one hell of a lot of
thundering noise--something like a train noise. It was so loud it drowned
out anything else.
Molly took charge and put me into a white bed, white sheets,
white pillow, white white bed. She said that it had curative powers--her
words, not mine. I don't know what time has passed. Damn I'm mad! DAMN
Molly and a whole crowd are waiting to see me--so Molly
says. She told me that she didn't want to get me mixed up.
God, I love my family! I didn't mean to leave. I don't
know what happened. I know nobody is going to believe this, but I can't
think of any way to convince you it is me.
I've been seen by people I think are doctors, but then
again, nobody really talks to me about treatment--if I need it or what
I'm to do. Molly sits in my room--right beside the bed. Molly took me on
a trip to see everyone today. I didn't think our house could hold so many
My thoughts are going in waves. I have so much to say,
so much to find out. Prayers have been coming in. Some look like bright
strobe lights. Other prayers come in mumbles and sentences. Some surround
me like a warm blanket.
God, I miss my family. I'm there more and more. I haven't
gone. Don't you believe people go into a black hole with the lights off.
Don't forget me. I know you won't, but I just need to make sure. Molly
asked me not to swear so I won't say all the words that are in my head.
I'm not really thinking right yet, but then that's nothing
new for me. Molly said I won't have to go through a test or anything like
a trial. She said I'm not going to Hell like so many people promised.
I guess while I'm here I'll try to meet Elvis. The doctors
won't tell me anything about the King. They tell me to have patience, but
it bugs me not to know.
I LOVE YOU LYNN, EMILY, ALL MY FAMILY, ALL MY BUDDIES,
AND ALL MY FRIENDS. Mom, Molly loves you and sends her love to you and
Hey, they let my old dog into the room and he feels real
as real can be. He seems to shake all over like he used to when he wagged
I guess I'm rambling. I'll take a rest now. Nurse Molly
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Foreword by Richard D. Wright |
Introduction by Lynn (Michael's Wife) |
Introduction by Robert Murray |
Entertainers and the Afterlife (Robert Murray) |
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