Our Unseen Guest: The Finley's Conversations with Stephen
by E. Finley, Linda Pendleton
The Finley’s, known as “Darby and Joan,” in 1916 began communication with a young American soldier who had died in France on Christmas morning, 1915. Through the mediumship of Joan, the couple had fascinating and ongoing communication with this soldier who they called, Stephen, as he taught them about the other side and life after death. The book published in 1920 became a classic in spirit communication literature.
Linda Pendleton has written books on spirit guides and spirit communicaion. Linda and her husband, Don Pendleton wrote the popular books, To Dance With Angels, a study in life after death and spirit communication, and Whispers From the Soul: The Divine Dance of Consciousness, which is a look at the profound wisdom of the ages. Her follow-up books, Three Principles of Angelic Wisdom, and Angelic Whispers of Love, also are about spirit communication, spirit guides, and mediumship.
In her Introduction, Linda shows the relationship between the Finley’s and Stewart Edward and Betty (Elizabeth) White, and the Betty Books, classics of spirit communication, published in 1937-1940. The Betty Books are considered masterpieces in the field of psychic exploration. The two couples first meet in 1922, and 17 years later, after the death of Betty, their spiritual work continued with fascinating results. The two couples, along with Stephen, left us with an abundance of excellent spiritual information, brilliant exploration of the inner dimensions of life, and gives valuable insight into life after death.