9/11 CT Remembers: Messages from beyond

On Sept. 11, 2001, New Canaan native Bonnie McEaney said goodbye to her husband, a senior vice president who worked in the North Tower at

NEW CANAAN - On Sept. 11, 2001, New Canaan native Bonnie McEaney said goodbye to her husband, a senior vice president who worked in the North Tower at the World Trade Center.Eamon McEaney was one of the thousands who perished that day, but Bonnie says just because her husband was lost doesn't mean she hasn't heard from him.

McEaney says she found a message carved into a tree in their yard around Sept. 11. Her husband had written, "Love is forever."

McEaney was inspired to write a book, titled "Messages," that chronicles pivotal moments when people were helped by spiritual messages.For 9/11 baby from Redding, a 10th birthday approaches

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