This is a true story that tells of the power of The Spirit World; it tells of how three ordinary people came together to do extraordinary work for Spirit.

We hope it will bring comfort to those who have lost loved ones. This book through the communication of Alan Costello proves we have eternal life; death is the beginning of life not the end. Kath and Rod Griffiths will continue to serve Spirit and help others to be ambassadors of The Spirit World bringing love and healing throughout the world.


Finding Alan; three paths one journey

This book follows the lives of three normal individuals who with the communication from Spirit, work to unfold and prove eternal life from where we pass. The events, time lines and remarkable happenings are all true events which occurred along our individual paths to enter into one Spiritual Journey.


These lines of communication are open to all individuals wishing to ask for messages of love, understanding, guidance and knowledge from the Spirit World, It just takes time, commitment, a passion to understandand a strong dedication to serve the Great Spirit.


Open your hearts you're closer than you think!


Our History

Kath Griffiths

I was the third daughter born to Veronica and James Plunkett, we were just a working class family living in Nutgrove Thatto Heath St Helens. I attended Nutgrove Methodist School and then moving on to Robins lane secondary school. From being the age of six I had lots of spiritual experiences and over the years growing up it all felt very natural to me working with The Spirit world serving spirits the best I can. It has been my life and I continue to learn and love and embrace my spirit work.

Rod Griffiths

I was born in January 1951 at 37 Pollitt Crescent, Clock Face, St Helens. Home was a prefabricated house built after World War Two as a temporary measure to solve a housing shortage. I was the second child of Marie and Richard Griffiths and younger brother to Donald who was three years and nine months older than me. I was four years old when the family moved across town to a newly built counsel house at 18 Longridge Avenue, Blackbrook were we remained.

As a young boy I went to Parr Mount primary school in Fingerpost which is a short distance from St Helens town centre. The school was situated on the opposite side of the road to the chemist shop that Alan Costello, who had not yet been born, would eventually buy. I later went to Central Modern School in St Helens town centre and from there an apprenticeship with the largest employer in the town Pilkington Brothers who later became Pilkington Glass After sixteen years at Pilkington’s, married with two children I decided to leave and go self-employed. The business, K&R Engineering, is now run by my youngest daughter and my two son-in-law’s.

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