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View and Download The Return in Four Parts

(Revised Version as of 11-2-2020)

The Return Part 1
Introducing The Spirits of Jim and Pam, returned to guide us through their allegoric story. Starting with a cosmic romance in the 60’s. Meet Janet, Ray, Dorothy and The Count – Pam’s mysterious past love and shadow for years to come. A poem before bed and then… “I’ll give you one guess”.

The Return Part 2
Sexy Sue, Pam throwing plates at Jim, Little Boy Jim at the tragic road crash, nightmares and the return of The Count. Meet Dennis, The Devil and Gabriel. A dream intervention brings Jim and Pam back together. “The Light will come”.

The Return Part 3
Belladonna, Green Lady, Jim goes too far, again. Lost in the back streets and trouble at home. Meet Felix The Cat, The Homeless Guy, Officers Johnson & Parks and The Announcer. Amsterdam, the concert Jim couldn’t make. “Like a man searching for paradise lost”.

The Return Part 4
A runaway train wreck concert in Miami, off to jail and a lawyer, then one last ‘Jimbo’ style concert in New Orleans “I will destroy this world”A meeting with the band for the last album, ‘LA Woman’. Meet Max Fink, John and Robby. A poem, a death and Jim’s afterlife experience. “Beyond human understanding” “Dig it”.

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When you feel it…

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These are no ordinary times and this is no ordinary transmission. The Return, an allegory imaginatively based upon past events is a new take on the Jim Morrison and Pam Courson story. Channeled by psychic medium Richard Lyons and developed with Kristopher Stone into an ‘audio movie’ … What is an audio movie? A story being told in such a way that you know what’s happening without having to see it, other than in your own mind in your own unique way.

Introducing The Spirits of Jim and Pam


The Return is filled with entertaining characters, humor, relationship, breakdown and redemption with one very big twist… Pam Courson’s spirit comes to us from ‘the other side’ as our narrator guiding us through events up to and beyond Jim’s crossing. And, Jim’s spirit comes to us from ‘the other side’ to respond to scenes from his past and finally to describe his afterlife experience.

“When it feels like your whole world is falling apart all around you, stranger than strange, just hold on my friends… The light will come”   Jim’s Spirit (The Return)

The Return comes at the perfect time in a world of uncertainty where people feel like the promise of their future has been broken. With Pam’s Spirit playing a central role throughout the story, her honesty and loving overview brings us from magical beginnings to tragedy to hope and celebration.

“I have found in this life where I am now that the best love to have is the love of life itself. Always choose life my friends, always choose life”   Pam’s Spirit (The Return)

Our current incarnation of The Return is presented as a video in four parts, each approx. 20 to 27 minutes in length. The audio movie is accompanied by a slide show of visual images artistically representing the scenes. A passive viewing experience with a minimum of pictures.

“If only we could be remembered by our finest dreams and to never let them go. It’s all about choice, you know”   Jim (The Return)

C r e d i t s

Richard Lyons
Writer, executive producer, psychic medium.
Kristopher Stone
Co-writer, audio producer/director/engineer, original music and soundtrack. Characters: Jim, Jim’s Spirit, Little Boy Jim, Dennis, Ray, The Devil, Archangel Gabriel, Homeless Man, Jim’s Father, Officer Johnson, Announcer, Max Fink, John. Video Production.
Sandra Winslow
Characters: Narrator/Pam’s Spirit, Pam, Dorothy.
Bennett Gale
Characters: The Count, Felix, Officer Parks, Robbie.
Denise Wolff
Characters: Janet, Jim’s Mother.
Alain Ronay
Photo of Jim and Pam.
Jim And Pam
Ghost-writers, project consultants.
Betsy Forschmidt
Project consultant, contributor.
Kathryn Perry
Project Consultant.
Special Thanks to Vincent van Gogh.

CONTACT: richardlyons@mail.com or kristopher@kristopherstone.com

T e s t i m o n i a l s

Awesome audio-movie! I had a great time listening to it! ~ Patricia Magee

The Return is a unique audio movie that will definitely resonate with fans of Jim Morrison and the Doors. It is a welcome respite from 23/7 news cycle that will touch many emotions. Definitely worth a listen! ~ Peter Goldstein

“The Return” audio movie is a literal trip. Jim Morrison was such an icon, bigger than life character in his short life. “The Return” is wonderful insight into the real life of Morrison, not just the bigger than life performer, but his motivations, trials and tribulations as a human being. It’s entertaining, insightful and moving. ~ Don F.

You sound just like him. You embodied his energy so totally. It’s stunning. Visuals also add a lovely dimension to your movie. The message really lifted me too. I love how he began with talking of light coming in dark times and it being right here, beyond the feeling of everything falling apart.

I love how he speaks of the doors of perception (and when they are cleansed everything will appear to humankind as it really is, infinite) and in the end with Pam saying always choose life. This is powerful. There are so many layers.

I appreciate hearing of his experiences of crossing over to the other side and I had the feeling of his “life review” at the end and of the voices of others speaking of the actions he took (accompanied by visuals), hearing the voices of those they knew, of  Pam’s actions and of his continuing work on the other side.

The song at the end gave me chills. I thank you so much for sharing this. It felt like a transmission of wisdom with such an authentic vibe. ~ Jane B