The Afterlife Interview with Nicole Brown Simpson

This interview was so good that I think it deserves its own post! Enjoy!

Here’s this past week’s radio show if you missed it!

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Elisa Medhus

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  • Kerrie

    This was a great interview, Elisa. For a while there I was totally transfixed and forgot that Nicole was speaking through Emma. It seemed like Emma became Nicole. When Nicole was describing the murders, I had that gut wrenching feeling again that I had when it actually happened on that day. I lived in Los Angeles only a few miles from Nicole’s house at the time of the murders of Nicole and Ron. I still remember the emotions and feelings that drenched the city for a long time. Thank you for giving Nicole and Ron a voice to tell their side of the story.

  • Lori Pettigrew Abrams

    Wow, this was an awesome interview. I watched some of the trial but more so interested in what Nicole went through, because I had gone through a similar lesson, although my ex didn’t kill me. He was too busy with his new girlfriend but still trying to control my life, as well. I did get to move away. Thank You for bringing her through, and for Ron, as well.

  • Georgia95Luciana Todesco

    Thank you for a great interview. Interesting that Emma said that Ron is often forgotten about in this. Ron’s parents have said that throughout this, their son has been forgotten; a side issue. The news said that the person pretending to be Nicole called the restaurant where Ron worked, but that she left a message for Ron, not that she spoke to him directly.

  • Kathryn

    Loved this interview! Thank you! KM

  • Carolyn S. Valera Hodge

    That was an awesome and emotionally moving interview. 🙂

  • Alphonso de Barbo

    That was the most powerful channelling session I reckon I’ve ever seen!
    ….my next door neighbour was getting beaten up by her partner… I made sure they could see me and I gave them my best Mr…. stare. Unfortunately, I didn’t call the police as suggested on here and by my mates at work, but I did approach her a week or so later when she was out in their garden with her mother and asked her if she was all right – they both denied that this could have happened and defended him to the hilt. However, I did say, “A low key domestic is not what I heard!” …The next time I WILL call the police…
    As for OJ, everyone knew he had done it… yet, ‘celebrities’ are still getting away with murder in the US… and some of the ‘guys’ who do it even wear dresses…

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