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September 10, 2008


Tessa Dick

Thank you for your article. Although I disagree with some of what you write, I am grateful for the attention. I don't know very much about Whitley Strieber, but I enjoyed talking with him, and I am glad ot have my brief article posted on his site.
~~ Tessa Dick


Growing up, Phil was my hero. His writing was a huge influence in my own. I'm forever sad he passed away before I got a chance to meet him. It warms my heart that his children and family enjoy success from his work; I only wish he'd lived long enough to see how truly appreciated he is today.

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