Gail was only four when some unusual friends started paying her visits. Very large, beautiful beings would often call on her to comfort her at night. Her parents dismissed these strange visitations as part of Gail's vivid imagination. But it was her great grandmother who knew she had been telling the truth, and identified them correctly as Angels. Gail was just six when she realized that what she saw, felt and heard from the higher realms was not being seen, heard or felt by everyone else. She had this unique way of knowing what was on the mind of others and could even feel their emotions. At times, she caught glimpses of their future, and knew what was going to happen before it occurred to them.
Spirit communication was also a part of her intuitive package, with the ability to both see and hear the Spirits of those who've passed. She spent a great deal of time with her beloved great grandmother, a half Cherokee Indian, and enjoyed their close relationship. Gail shared everything with her, and there existed this wonderful bond between them. Her great grandmother was also psychic, empathic and highly intuitive. She taught Gail not to fear her talents and to trust what she was seeing, sensing and feeling. These gifts, she confided, were to be used for the highest good, always, and it was her responsibility to honor her gifts with integrity, never violating the Sacred Trust that was bestowed upon her.
Though her mom suspected her two year old daughter possessed rare, psychic gifts, both her parents were extremely conservative and didn't understand or tolerate her abilities. Fortunately her great grandmother did, and her intuitive talents became a guarded secret between them. Gail remembers knowing that her mom was pregnant before she did, and she could see and hear her sister, before she was even born. Sadly, her great grandmother died when Gail was twelve, but she did not lose her as a confidante. They continued to communicate, beyond her passing, and still do so to this very day.