This book was presented at a private function to the Irish President Mary McAleese at her mansion in Aras An Uachtarain.
Associated featured Documentary, ‘Love Never Dies’ on ABC TV Australia:
‘The extraordinary story of a grieving father’s search for his son who, he is convinced, lives on in the after-life. Craig Sexton died aged 6 from an inoperable brain tumour. His devastated parents Neville and Barbara soon started experiencing a series of paranormal phenomena and are convinced it is their dead son communicating with them. Neville is not religious but is curious to hear other people’s take on his experiences, so embarks on a journey to find out what he can about the after-life. Among those he visits are a Catholic priest, exorcist and psychologist; a physicist; and, a woman who believes she experienced life after a near-death experience. All treat Neville’s experience respectfully, and the poignancy of the tragic loss of his son empowers his search for answers.’
“”This book is something that Barbara and I decided to do in memory of our beautiful son Craig. More than anything else in the world, we want this book to be a window into the life of a little boy who transformed our lives and the lives of many others who came to know him. We want the readers of this book to get a taste of the bright, thoughtful, cheeky, handsome, mischievous and witty little man who anchored such joy in our lives. Craig got to spend only six years and a little over three months with us before fate took his little hand and walked him away from this world and through to another. He was a wonderful child in life. And in death he has reached across the veil, even more wonderfully, to show us that he still lives on. He’s our special Craig: an incredible, beautiful, dearly loved little boy.”” …From the Introduction.
This is the true life story of how the love and loss of a child forever transformed and shaped the lives of those around him. When Craig Sexton died in 2006, only four months after being diagnosed with an inoperable and terminal brain tumor, he was just six years of age. Written by his father, Craig’s story is a moving and inspiring tale of a young boy’s life, his death, and his family’s realisation that he still lives on. Extraordinarily honest and revealing, Neville Sexton’s telling of their story is a must read.