HDTV-Entertainment Is Producing A TV Show About
Roland Comtois’ Spiritually Written Purple Papers, love letters that prove there is an afterlife
Online PR News – 01-May-2013 – Westport, CT – The idea of life after death is not new. The possibility of heaven and spiritual communications has been debated since the beginning of time and chronicled in the world’s most revered manuscripts. Belief in the afterlife is not dictated or constrained by faith, religion, sex, age or ethnicity. It is uniquely personal and arguably controversial, and has yet to be definitively proven.
Many have tried to prove that heaven and the afterlife exist. Just look at recent New York Times Best Seller lists and you’ll see acclaimed books about near death experiences by a 4-year old Todd Burpo, brain surgeon Eben Alexander, spinal surgeon Dr. Mary C. Neal and others that claim that heaven is real. Many have also tried to disprove it.
But not since Richard Spangenberg, owner of Westport, Connecticut based HDTV- Entertainment, met Roland Comtois, spiritual counselor and author of And Then There Was Heaven, has anyone delivered tangible proof that there is life beyond death.
“I met Roland Comtois a number of years back and was amazed by things he told me, things he could not possibly know. Things he could only know if he could communicate with my father, long since departed. It would mean that the afterlife exists,” said Spangenberg. “My hair stood on end. This did not fit with what my own experience told me to expect or what science had taught me. I figured I was being tricked somehow, so I spent a good period of time testing, proving, and researching his powers. After witnessing several amazing presentations in which Roland not only told strangers intimate stories about their loved ones who had passed, he actually gave them hand-written notes on purple papers, pre-dated and uncannily detailed with information only the recipient and the deceased could have known. These love letters from heaven are real, tangible, irrefutable proof that there is an afterlife!”
So convinced is Spangenberg, along with thousands of others who have experienced Roland’s Purple Paper messages, that both Roland and heaven are the real deal, he has put his company and reputation on the line to produce a reality TV show about Roland and his Purple Papers, called Purple Papers, Proof there is an Afterlife!
“There are many who try to debunk mediums and claim that those that ‘talk to the dead’ are all fakes using a number of tricks to investigate an individual’s background and/or how to read an audience to guess what to say or even planting shills into the audience. To my amazement, none of this was possible with Roland, his powers are genuine and they can be proven and will be continually proven in our television show. Roland writes his Purple Papers well in advance of knowing or meeting the people who are meant to receive them, and well in advance of even them knowing they would meet Roland. The information on the papers was coming from somewhere, and there is only one place that could be. It had to be real. I have been following and filming Roland for quite some time for this show. Each experience has proven to be downright fascinating, remarkable, powerful, and highly emotional. Being a television producer, I naturally thought that Roland’s messages of hope and eternal love deserved to be on television for all to see. This is something that people who have lost or will lose a loved one deserve to know now.”
The Purple Papers television show is currently in development and seeking additional funding through www.kickstarter.com for production and to air the series on the Internet and as a mainstream broadcast TV program. Visit www.purple-papers.com to view actual footage of Roland’s presentations and other test footage, learn more about the spiritual messages he delivers and read first-hand testimonials and blogs by people who cannot refute the existence of these love letters from the other side.
Craig Wilson, a columnist with USA Today, recently wrote about the increasing public belief about the existence of an afterlife, quoting several religious experts on the subject, including Phyllis Tickle, the founding editor of the religion department of Publishers Weekly, a freelance authority on religion in America and author of numerous books. She said, "There's got to be an element of hope here. We want to hear from someone who has gone there [to heaven], done that, seen it. That there is something beyond this life, which is miserable, even for those of us who are happy." More than hope, she believes buyers of heaven-and-back stories are seeking ‘”something reassuring."
Carol Fitzgerald, president of the online Book Report Network, agrees. "In uncertain times, which is what we're experiencing now, people look for comfort," Fitzgerald said. "The concept that people have seen' what's next' and shared what it's like gives hope and a feeling that life on earth is part of a journey with a greater reward."
According to Spangenberg, The Purple Papers TV show takes hope and reassurance even further by proving that heaven is real and our loved ones journey has taken them there. You can visit Purple Papers, Proof there is an Afterlife on the Internet to learn more and join in the global discussion on this fascinating show.