Unpublished Messages of James Padgett.

A spirit who led young girls astray

September 13th, 1916.

Received by James Padgett

Washington D.C.


Listen to my tale of woe.

For woe is me in my darkness and torment. I was a woman who tried to make young girls give up their virtue for dress and the promise of an easy life and I caused many a one to turn from truth and virtue to a life of shame

My name was Virginia C. Compton. I lived in Harrisburg and died in 1896.

I will follow your advice and try to believe what they tell me. Goodnight.


This message is not in the published volumes. It was transcribed and presented at the September 2014 100th year Anniversary by Paul King. This spirit was one of those who wrote on Wednesdays, and is included here as an example of such.