Most Haunted presenter Yvette Fielding has stated she is nearer to her father’s ghost than she was to him when he was alive.
Yvette claims they commonly trade messages and her dad as soon as informed her she was a “skinny cow” after weight-reduction plan an excessive amount of.
The 51-year-old stated: “This will appear unusual, however I’ve extra of a relationship, and a greater relationship, with my father since he handed over than when he was alive. Try to determine that out.”
She says the pair talk through the use of faucets to characterize letters of the alphabet and spell out phrases.
“I’ll say, ‘Are you able to give me a message? Two for sure, one for no.’
“Two faucets will come by way of. After which I’ll say ‘OK, is the primary letter on this line?’ This line… faucet.
“Then I’ll level to a letter and he’ll faucet to every letter. My dad has come by way of with all types, telling me to get Rick my brother to return residence [from America].
“He informed me to cease weight-reduction plan, ‘An excessive amount of, skinny cow’.”
Talking on the Appearing For Others podcast with former Blue Peter co-host Mark Curry, Yvette stated the paranormal world had “reshaped” her views on life – and satisfied her there may be an afterlife.
She stated: “Earlier than I received into it, I bear in mind feeling unhappy pondering, ‘Gosh, once you’re useless, you’re useless, there’s nothing’. Twenty years of doing this and I do know 100% there may be life after dying. There’s a cause for us being right here. It’s made me a a lot happier individual.”
Yvette additionally stated the ghostly-goings on proven on Most Haunted are “100%” actual, regardless of social media sceptics commonly claiming: “You faked it”.
She added: “I used to get so upset, when folks would say, ‘How are you going to sleep at night time? You’re a disgusting one that makes cash from useless folks.’
“Now it doesn’t upset me in any respect as a result of I do know the reality.”
Yvette is writing her autobiography entitled Right here’s One I Screamed Earlier.
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