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WE DON'T DIE® Radio Show with host Sandra Champlain

Aug 26, 2018

Former elementary school teacher and freelance writer, Mary Beth Spann Mank She has authored over 45 teacher resource books and over 75 readers for children.

She is also a puppeteer and a storyteller. She is the founder of Learning with Puppets, an online educational membership site for parents and teachers of young children.

So why is she on this show? Well, 2 and a half years ago her husband Paul passed into the Spirit world from pancreatic cancer. Since then, she has looked for evidence of the afterlife…and what she has found is amazing.

In fact, Mary Beth is a co-author of a forthcoming book on the subject and will be a speaker at the upcoming Afterlife Symposium September 14-16 with the title of her talk being “Romance Across the Veil.”

Mary Beth has teamed up with author William Murray who’s wife passed from cancer. Together they have created a Facebook group and have regular online group meetings for those wishing to have a “trans dimensional” romance with their loves. Visit the group at

Contact Mary Beth through her website

Please visit and listen to the Nanji seances at

You will also enjoy learning more from Karl Jackson-Barnes at and Stig Bertelsen

Read William Murray's Blog "Love After Life" and receive free PDF of his book at


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