The talented, touring psychic shares three stories from her show in Bridlington
Although I’m best known for my live shows, I was a practising home-based medium for about 45 years before I got on the road. Unlike the readings I used to do at home, not everybody who comes to my show is hoping for a message – some come to support their friends and others to see what it’s all about. Little do they know, regardless of there reasons for coming, each and every one of my audience members is opening themselves up to receive a message. And perhaps the most interesting thing is that they can become a channel for spirit themselves, through their energetic connections to relatives and other people in the room.
Part way into the first half of the show the spirit of a young man named Tom came through. I saw that he’d been involved in a terrible motorcycle accident and that the side of his face had been disfigured. He was showing me that his tongue had been damaged from a bike spoke that passed through his cheek. A lady in the audience stood and explained that she was connected to a young man named Thomas, who’d died in a horrific motorbike accident. The spirit wanted me to reassure the lady that there was no way that he could have survived the accident and there was nothing she could have done. The impact was far too intense and the way in which he was thrown meant that he couldn’t have made it out alive. He told me that his presence would be heightened around the end of April – namely the 22nd. I asked if this made sense to the lady: “Yes, of course. That was his birthday,” she replied. To conclude the message the spirit said: “Think of me around that time and I will be there; I will give you a sign that I am around.”
The spirit of a 24-year-old male came through next and was giving me the names’ ‘Johnny’, ‘Wendy’ and what sounded like ‘Cable’. I got the impression the men were in uniform and that they’d died in combat. A lady in the audience stood: “My name is Wendy and my husband was in the forces. While away on tour, two of his friends passed away – one was called Kabelo and the other Johnny, who was 24.” The lady explained that she’d been speaking with her mum about them on the train; Kabelo was very close to her husband and he used to regularly have dinner at theirs. I explained that I had struggled to get Kabelo’s name and she told me that he was South African and had a strong accent. The spirit was telling me that Wendy had two children and Kabelo had a child on the way when he passed. “Yes, that’s right,” Wendy confirmed. I got the sense that he was blown up from behind. The woman nodded: “That was exactly how it happened, yes,” she said. “I’m so pleased they came through and I’ll pass the message on to my husband.
Later that night I got the names Steve and Martin, and a lady called Sharon stood. I was shown a yellow skip and a bonfire and Sharon explained her husband Steve was a labourer, and had a friend called Martin who worked with him. I was being shown a young man who had committed suicide and I was told that he owed £2,000. Sharon couldn’t make the connection at first, but I was certain that Steve or Martin would know. “Yes! Yes, they did,” she suddenly recalled. “They worked with a young boy who did commit suicide.” The spirit of this man was with me on stage and I sensed that he was in a desperate state before he had passed. “I’m sorry, I just couldn’t get the money together,” he told me. It was, as it always is with such tender stories, a really emotional part of the show. However, it was lovely that this spirit was able to communicate his reasons and I hope that hearing of his presence that night will bring some comfort to his family.
(Names have been changed)