June Lundgren and her Books



June Lundgren is  a psychic medium, animal communicator, healer, nurse and international author with over forty years of experience in the paranormal field.

As a young child she communicated with spirits, animals and angels while living in a secure home with her grandparents. She comes from a long line of women with special gifts. Her grandmother was a psychic medium and helped to tutor her in the use of her gifts.During her early years she spent 5 years in the military where she trained as a nurse.

She lives on a small farm in Oregon City, Oregon with her son and husband for the last 27 years. She has been in nursing for over 30 years, and has been a psychic medium all her life. Some people would call it a curse, but she prefers to think of it as a blessing. Granted there are times when it can be a pain in more than one, but overall she would never change it for anything.

Over the last twenty-five years she has held my many conversations with those on the other side. I am constantly learning and taking notes and putting some of the information in her book. Through all of the challenges in her life, her faith in God and in the love she received from her grandparents has sustained her and kept her sane. She decided that people need to know that God does hear us. He knows what we need, which is not necessarily what we want.

I have written five books:

What Happened to G-AESY?

Looking at the files today from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. adds perspectives and even some questions.

The Pelican Journal

A Determined Writer Travels Back in Time to Solve a Decades-Old Mystery

On August 15, 1939, British Airways Ltd. Lockheed 14, serial number G-AESY, took off from London, stopped in Hamburg, and was bound for Copenhagen. In addition to the pilot, there was an odd, if not mysterious, group of passengers on board:  a German corporate lawyer, an English Member of Parliament, two employees of Standard Oil of New Jersey, and an additional crewmember whose employer, much less his duties, remains a mystery to this day. The flight never reached its destination.

Capture chamberlain with g-aesy G-AESY in London surrounded by a crowd, approximately a year before the fatal flight.
(Courtesy of critical paths.com )

Instead something went terribly wrong enroute, when a fire raged out of control in the cabin and the aircraft crashed into icy waters below a bridge that connects the Danish cities of Vordingborg and Falster/Nykobing.  Only the pilot survived. …

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