“I got the honor of caring for Raylene’s loved one under hospice care. I was one of the nurses that worked closely with Raylene. She was extremely patient and kind to her loved ones. Being in a hospice house with Raylene and all the spirits was a unique encounter. She was able to talk with many spirits there. She could tell staff about the patient that had passed in each room. She knew exactly what her loved one needed (even Chinese food when she was “unresponsive”). Raylene naturally kept the facility calm and peaceful. It was a late beautiful day in January and her loved one was outside getting nails done by Raylene just prior to her death. One of the most precious death experiences I have ever been part of.”