Dennis McKenzie was brought to the world’s attention following his involvement in the tragic Soham murder case. Making stunningly accurate predictions about the deaths of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, he was dubbed the Soham Psychic. Since then, Dennis’s expertise has continually been drawn on to help solve many horrific crimes, including the case of the BTK Killer—a seDennis McKenzie was brought to the world’s attention following his involvement in the tragic Soham murder case. Making stunningly accurate predictions about the deaths of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, he was dubbed the Soham Psychic. Since then, Dennis’s expertise has continually been drawn on to help solve many horrific crimes, including the case of the BTK Killer—a serial killer who bound, tortured, and killed women in Witchita, Kansas and evaded the police for more than 30 years. An ordinary boy from a working-class background, Dennis never imagined his life would follow such an extraordinary path. From his first psychic sighting at the age of four to his traumatic prediction of a family friend’s death, Dennis shares the experiences that have defined his remarkable life in his typically frank and down-to-earth way. This is the fascinating story of how Dennis discovered his gift and how, with the help of his spirit guides, he has shared his psychic wisdom with the world....
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Being the Soham Psychic Reviews
At the time of writing, it's been 10 years since the murders of Holly and Jessica in Soham. A murder that put Soham on the map, and had everyone watching their TV for updates. I was one of those people, hoping that they would be found. This book brings back those memories, and raises yet more questions about that fateful day. But it also gives the readers some additional information and more, about Being The Soham Psychic.First thoughts about this book, is that some parts of Mr McKenzie's tale could have been extended and some bits could have been shortened. There were a couple of times I was wanting the story to end, and other times, I was wanting to find out more. Soham is only a very small part of the book - he has done a lot more sad and sometimes funny readings. Dennis also comes across as a very honest and forthcoming guy - he calls himself names and he makes jokes about his love of his food. The Soham section is upsetting, for anyone who remembers that day, and he gives his straightforward thoughts on everyone, particularly Maxine Carr. There are some people who are a bit iffy about what happens when we die. There are some people who believe they've seen ghosts, there are some people who say that once we are dead, we're dead. So that's why I love reading accounts like these, as I'm a believer, but have never had anything happen to me. I would love to visit a psychic, I would now, after reading this book, love to visit Dennis. I would love to know, that there is someone on the other side, looking out for me. I've never had a ghostly experience - unless you count the time when I was lying in bed, quietly reading, late at night, when I swear my bed was shoved very hard from the wall! That freaked me out considerably, especially as my bed is quite noisy and very heavy. I later found out that is meant to be someone in the spiritual world wanting you to acknowledge them. Uh huh. Don't interrupt me when I'm reading is all I want to say to them! And I totally believe anyone's accounts. While reading this book, I still don't know what triggered it, but I suddenly came over all teary. I read back the page I was reading later, but don't know what happened. So it does have an affect on you while you're reading. But as I said, the Soham part is just a small part of Dennis' life, the one that propelled him to being so well-known. I think there's a great many more stories he could tell.I am glad to see that there is not a negative review of this book out there, cos Dennis does not deserve it. He comes across as a lovely guy, although whenever I look into his eyes on the cover, I get overwhelmed by sadness.One of these days, I will meet a psychic, just to see what they can tell me. Who knows, maybe they will tell me I was on the Titanic in a past life?! Haha!
This is a topic that entertains, and causes one to wonder! I always enjoy well written books about the lives of psychics. In this memoir Dennis shares just a small portion of his own life leaving the rest of the books pages filled with the stories of his clients, or various adventures he has undertaken due to his unique job.I would have given the book a five star review because I definately enjoyed it. It's a real page turner, but the begining is a bit scattered, and repetitive. It was a tad irritating, but thankfully the writing got much better.If this is a topic of interest to you then this one is worth the read! Dennis is a good hearted man with a very special gift.
It was sad to be reminded of the horrific soham murders and in general this book touched mostly on sad events but there were also moments of humour and overall I found this book absolutely fascinating.
This is a really interesting book no boring bits at all real pageturner.