So I just got word that there's a new book coming out called A Tale of Two Brothers: Jim Morrison & Michael Hutchence from author Jacqueline Murrary. In the book, Murrary enlists the aid of some of the nation's most "well known and credible psychics" to help tell the stories of the last days of each mercurial performer.
In a press release, the book, which checks in at a whopping 732 pages, is defended from immediate criticism because, apparently, Morrison and Hutchence wanted to share these tales. Good for them: When our own Merritt Martin interviewed Hutchence posthumously in '06, we had no such defense...
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