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'Voices in the Dark - My Life as a Medium'


by Leslie Flint
as told to Doreen Montgomery


"Highly recommended" 
Matthew Hutton, Assistant Editor of 'Psychic World'


"Couldn’t put it down... a fascinating read"  Michael Tymn, Writer & Researcher


 
'one of Britain's most tested Spirit Mediums'

 

This compelling autobiography tells of Leslie Flint's

gift of 'Independent Direct Voice'
 



A gift which brought him fame and acclaim and sometimes heartache and hardship.



  • As a child, Flint knew real poverty and as an adult he worked varying jobs,


from retail and bar work to grave digging and even bomb disposal.



  • He describes his difficult, early years and tells of his first ever 'psychic' experience.



  • Although he admits, that he originally felt death was a 'pretty final event',


Flint still went on to develop superb Mediumship.



  • He tells of his friendship with the silent screen star, Rudolph Valentino


- years after the actors death - and the evidential way it began.



  • As one of Britain's most tested Spirit Mediums,


Leslie Flint consistently provided evidence of the Afterlife for over 50 years.



His autobiography 'Voices in the Dark'


shows us that life in the next world is a reality for all...



Paperback - 221 pages


ISBN: 978-0947823481



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Foreword from

'Voices in the Dark - My Life as a Medium'



Leslie Flint came into this world in 1911 and left it in 1994. While here, he became the finely tuned instrument transmitting countless thousands of messages from the world he now inhabits.


No intellectual, but a plain speaking man, Leslie was born into poverty and raised amid family disarray. Yet, through dogged determination and single mindedness, he became one of the most celebrated independent direct voice mediums of the twentieth century. Through his remarkable gifts, he brought consolation and hope to the bereaved and understanding and inspiration to the many as well as shedding light on many strange corners of history.

Fortunately, today the public is, in parts, more open and receptive to the reality of the spirit world and more understanding of the crucial link between this world and the next in the endless chain of human life.

With the advent of Mickey, his much loved Cockney alter ego in the world beyond, there began decades of service as a voice medium. Leslie gave sittings to those of every rank and degree, every profession, enabling the bereaved to learn of the great truth of human survival beyond physical death. Leslie's mediumship was also a channel for famous men and women whose spirit communications were on an elevated and inspiring plane, often throwing fascinating new light on the accepted annals of history.

Sceptics attended sittings and they left convinced.

Others tested Leslie's genuineness in every way. Truly, he could comment, "I am the most tested medium this country has ever produced." People traveled from all over the world to sit with him. Leslie also demonstrated abroad, particularly in the United States, where he was in great demand.

The final chapter in his life came with his retirement to Brighton, where he enjoyed years of peace and happiness before he passed on, at the age of eighty-three.

Leslie acknowledged he "had no education to speak of," yet words of the highest wisdom and most profound knowledge, often in a variety of languages, emerged at sittings. He was an upright, simple man, with little financial ambition or perception, but whose service to mankind was of inestimable worth. I have read many letters written to him from all over the world, expressing not only gratitude and friendship, but also love and affection.

In the sixteen years I knew him, from 1978 until his death, as a friend and professional adviser, I was struck by his simplicity of soul, his sheer innocence of material matters, and his honesty and integrity in his chosen career.

As much of the world sinks into a morass of materialism, commercialism and tribalism, it is now more important than ever that mankind learns to appreciate the spirit world's reality, of survival of the soul, of the vital importance of good deeds and good thoughts to prepare the way ahead, and that, whatever our colour or creed, we are all spiritual beings expressed in physical terms.

Leslie Flint displayed a rare dedication to his calling as a significant avenue linking two worlds. We salute him as one of the outstanding mediums and dedicated servants of this disappearing twentieth century.


by Aubrey Rose, CBE

Member of Law Society's Committee on Human Rights,
Member of the Council of Christians & Jews

Director - Two Worlds Publishing
& Trustee of the Leslie Flint Educational Trust