Video of Randall Sullivan sharing his miraculous Medjugorje conversion story on Oprah!

Randall Sullivan in the upcoming television series "Miracle Detectives"

Randall Sullivan is a former agnostic, raised by atheists, an Ivy Leaguer, the writer for The Rolling Stone Magazine, and author of several best-selling books, shared his miraculous moment of conversion in Medjugorje on December 6, 2010, on the Oprah Show. In this video clip, he speaks of how he met with the visionary, Mirjana, in Medjugorje, and then stormed out of her home in a fury—a non-believer for the last time. For just afterwards, he was to experience a transformative miracle on Cross Mountain.


Randall Sullivan is the author of the book, The Miracle Detective, which investigates the Medjugorje phenomenon from a scientific perspective, and as Stephen Ryan, the founder of puts it, he “basically grabs you by the throat and asks you to follow his path – take his journey – and then at the end of the voyage, he dares you to call him crazy. But you can’t. You are left with only two conclusions – either God exists – or scientists and atheists still have got some serious explaining to do. There are no other sensible conclusions one can reach. The book, unlike anything ever written, puts the burden back on the folks who think science and logic have all the answers.  He leaves the scientists suffocating, gasping for air.”

Mr. Sullivan will also be featured on the new one hour documentary series for OWN: the Oprah Winfrey Network, called “Miracle Detectives.” She episodes involve two investigators – one a believer (Sullivan), the other a scientist, who travel the globe to uncover answers to mysterious incidents.

Click on these links to read interviews with Randall Sullivan, in which he tells the end of his story, beyond what the Oprah Youtube clip revealed.

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