Author and police officer Tyler Beddoes found himself on his knees praying on Monday morning after his wife told him about the horrific massacre that unfolded at a country music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Beddoes, author of “Proof of Angels” and “Left Standing: The Miraculous Story of How Mason Wells’s Faith Survived the Boston, Paris, and Brussels Terror Attacks,” said that he and his wife were going to go to the concert, but ended up changing their minds. “Something didn’t feel right about it,” he said. “Something didn’t feel right about going to that and we always go to concerts.” Beddoes and his

family had stopped off in Las Vegas to visit his wife’s relatives before heading to Disneyland in California this week. Initially, Beddoes and his wife planned to go to the Route 91 Harvest Festival concert, but said that an explicable gut feeling led them to head to California early. “It’s just crazy,” Beddoes said of the tragic shooting that left more than 50 people dead and hundreds injured. “I’ve learned to really rely on that inner voice. If that doesn’t feel right, let’s not do it.” READ MORE