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When I was a child my mom would regularly drop me off at my grandmother’s house when she did the weekly grocery shopping. One reason why I liked going was because when there I would read grandma’s newspapers. They weren’t like the newspapers that were in my home. They did not tell about the local news or events. Grandma’s newspapers were different. These papers had cool names like The National Enquirer, The Star, and The World News. They told me all about how Elvis was still alive and living in Kansas as a dairy farmer, or how aliens kidnapped another baby to raise at their own. By the time I hit the age of 4 or 5, I figured out that Elvis was not living in Kansas as a dairy farmer, but I am not so sure my grandma did. Either way, I think my love for all that is weird started back then, and it is also where I first heard of the name Edgar Cayce.
Welcome to Episode 8…The Life and Times of Edgar Cayce.