Michael Fearon – Speaking in spirit
Read about the validity of the Leslie Flint seance recordings at this link: Validity
Michael Rodney Fearon was an officer in the British Army. He was killed during WWII on June 24, 1944, at age 27. His mother, Mrs Alice Fearon, visited Leslie Flint many times at regular Friday intervals, where the two were reunited and were able to discuss personal and philosophical matters.
The British Broadcasting Corporation arranged a broadcast during which they played a tape of a séance in which Mrs. Fearon was speaking to her son. After the tape played, the moderator asked her, “Mrs. Fearon, as Mike’s mother, what makes you so sure that it’s your son’s voice that you hear?” She answered, “Well, Mike was twenty-seven when he died and I’d been with him all that time . . . and I ought to know at the end of that, oughtn’t I?”
The video below is a brief segment with Michael Fearon speaking to his mother. As with most of the Flint recordings, the recording equipment used in the middle of the 20th century is primitive and the quality is not good. A transcript of the recording is below the video controls.