Messages from the Dead, Missed Signals from the Living
The night of the spiritualist messaging service was the beginning of the end of my marriage.
Jill Gallagher is an editor and writer in Boston. Her essays have appeared in BuzzFeed, Vol 1 Brooklyn, Greatist, and the Ploughshares blog. She writes a tinyletter about dating (and not) called Early & Alone.
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