'One Day My Daughter's Imaginary Friend Disappeared. She Said He Broke His Neck So She Buried Him'

This week at the Tel Aviv airport: A woman who became a medium after her daughter's spiritual encounter, and a couple that met on a kibbutz when they were 18

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Shachar Shachar, 50; lives in Mevasseret Zion, flying to Los Angeles

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