This month’s cover star, Sally Morgan, tells us all about her show in Birmingham, for another evening of spiritual messages
How was the Birmingham show?
Well what can I say Birmingham − what a wonderful evening we had. It was a night full of messages, validations, and a little guest even tried to join me on stage… During the first half, I noticed the audience started to make a fuss. Then I heard a few screams, and then someone shouted “mouse!” − and lo and behold, there was a little mouse running under the seats! Luckily it was sorted pretty quickly and I was able to continue the evening uninterrupted. I’m used to spirit animals on stage with me, but a real-life mouse – no thank you! I had a lovely, warm welcome, and I always feel so lucky that even on a cold winter’s evening, people took the time to come and see my show. We had laughs and tears, and my wish is that people left the evening with a sense of hope and comfort.
Which spirit messages in particular stood out for you?
As I was sitting in the dressing room, preparing for the show, I had the name Donald come through, and I knew this was the first message I was going to give. When I went out, I told the audience that I had a spirit called Donald who was very ill before he passed. Donald told me that Sam was not there when he died, but he wanted to hold Sam’s hand, and he was sorry that Sam wasn’t there. He then asked for a Sandy. A lady stood to take the message, and she was able to validate it − Donald was her brother-in-law, Sandy is Donald’s daughter and Sam is his grandson. He wanted Sam to know how he was sorry he passed before he got to see him, and that he was able to see Sandy but not Sam. He told me that he knew for eight days prior to his passing that something was seriously wrong. The woman confirmed that he was having pains in his arm the week before he passed and that everyone had told him he needed to see a doctor. He also asked for a Pete, and the woman in the audience confirmed that Pete is Donald’s son. The premise of the message was that Donald wanted his family to know that he is around them, and that he is happy, at peace and that he loves them all very much. The lady who stood to take the message will now be able to pass this onto Donald’s family, and hopefully this will give them hope and comfort.
Were there any other memorable moments for you at this show?
Towards the end of the evening, just as I thought we had sorted the pest control after the mouse incident, I could see a massive hairy spider on stage! But this spider was in spirit. So I ask the audience if this meant anything to anyone, and immediately a girl put her hand up. She told me how she had a large tarantula that had passed that she had loved very much, and he must’ve liked her too, as he had come on stage to see her. As the girl stood, I was given the name Fred. I asked her who Fred was, and the girl was able to validate that she had an uncle Fred who is now in spirit. Fred told me to say the name Janet, and the girl confirmed that Janet is her cousin who is Fred’s niece. Fred wanted the girl to check on Janet − he told me that he had been with Janet recently and that there may have been a small issue with Janet where she could do with a person to talk to. The girl then said that she would check on Janet. To think that from a spider I was able to pass on a message like this is absolutely wonderful − and hysterical, as I’m petrified of spiders. I think having a tarantula in spirit on stage with me has to be a first, so thank you, Birmingham!