Margaret Garner Book

by Joanne Caputo

Two Books in One, Two Worlds in One


Margaret Garner slit her daughter's throat to protect her from American slavery in 1856. The tale was fictionalized in Toni Morrison's BELOVED, but Joanne Caputo – a young white mother –  began researching the true story in 1994. Soon paranormal events with Margaret began, revealing Caputo’s past life connection as the murdered child, and a chance to heal a tragedy more than a century old.

Now two-books-in-one, two worlds in one, MARGARET GARNER: DIVERSITY AND DEPTH OF LOVE offer readers a unique metanarrative, incorporating traditional historical research, archeological exploration, and modern-day spiritual contact, all with the aim of reaching the highest possible truth.  

“Awe-inspiring...if this is possible, what isn’t?

Christiane Northrup, MD Author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom

“Sets the soul of Margaret Garner free...”

Charles Blockson

Author of The Underground Railroad

“What may seem impossible to our

Western linear mind may be indeed

happening all around us...”

Sherry Wheaton, MD

Omega Institute Jungian Instructor

“Local author’s book delves into history, spiritual encounters”
Check out 8/29/10 NYT
article on past lives.