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THIS AMAZING CASE & STORY - 1995
There's a Ghost in Times Square!
A Message from George M. Cohan
Radio and TV Coverage Aired in New York City - 1995
In 1995, Elizabeth was called to come to New York
City to see what, who and why a ghost was showing up in the 42nd St. Theatre.
Other mediums in NYC had been asked to come to the theatre but were too
frightened when they saw that it really was a ghost. They were unable to
identify the ghost. On the telephone, before going to NYC, Elizabeth told her
daughter that the ghost was closely connected to the American Flag and to the
late President Franklin D. Roosevelt. When she got there, she was able to
identify George M. Cohan, who had received a commendation from the late
President for his loyalty to America and for waving the "Grand Ole Flag." She
was able to give a detailed message as to why he was there. He was there to
warn America that there must be more loyalty to America and that our country
was in harm's way. It was no coincidence that there is only one statue in
Times Square - that beautiful George M. Cohan stands proud there even as we
This story of Elizabeth's communication with the ghost of George M. Cohan was aired on the CBS news hourly all day the day she came to town. She was so proud to be the messenger.