Jan Helen McGee grew up during the 1950s in Lebanon, PA. As a child, she started to become aware of her psychic abilities, but didn’t talk about it to her family. She’s had many different careers, including a flight attendant, working in bands, doing some radio and TV, writing corporate videos, and teaching music, speech, and drama. During this time, she used her psychic abilities and became known among local and state police departments as she worked quietly on murder cases. After many years, she openly discussed her gifts and starred in an episode of Psychic Witness on ID channel.
She's also authored the book, Carriers of Genius. This book examines the lives of twelve famous men through the eyes of their mothers. In this book, we hear from mothers of leaders, like Albert Einstein and Teddy Roosevelt, about what it was like to be the mother of these people that shaped history.
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