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A life flight helicopter flew Bo to St. Anthony’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado. His parents flew to Denver, real expeditiously---, mainly because the Neurosurgeon stated rationally their son was at death’s door. Bo’s Mother, Marion was heaven-sent. She made sure, first by praying then by her constant hounding of the medical staff that her son was going to make it. She later told Bo a few of the doctors didn’t think he would ever wake up. While in his deep sleep Bo materialized in what appeared to be a cloud. The cloud (which could have been the waiting room for surgery) had angelic people (nurses) and a father figure (the doctor). Bo drifted in and out of his coma not knowing what reality was. All he knew was this: a heavenly figure told him to become a minister for the people. That was the beginning of the story. The opening page has three pictures of the van accident result with original newspaper clipping. An interesting Photo section at the end of the book, shows some of the main characters, credentials. and publicity.
Then "Confessions of a Mail-Order Minister" tells of Bo’s (Jerry Vehovec) adventures in Los Angeles and Pensacola Beach be it standup comedy (in a club or on the streets), dancing in bars, drinking, or driving his beloved convertible, Bo always had a mission. Bo was an expert photographer and orator who used different methods to save people. He sometimes questioned the purpose of life but still believed in God (he joked, ”just in case.”) Believe it or not, Bo was a very spiritual person who genuinely loved people.