‘I went to a Bristol psychic show and could not believe what happened next’

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“It’s an experience I won’t be forgetting any time soon”

I’ve never really been much of a spiritualist - so I wasn’t expecting a message from beyond going into the Psychics & Prosecco event in Bristol. But I was soon proved to be very wrong.    

The event at Hanham Community Centre was sold-out, with 200 ticket-holders attending the first of the 17-date tour from psychic sisters Louise Hedges and Michelle Morley. 

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I arrived at the show an hour earlier, to interview the sisters - who were dressed in bright pink suits and sparkly tops - beforehand.  

After chatting to Louise and Michelle - and special guest psychic medium Mitch Garlington -about their gifts, there was a sudden interruption. 

Michelle told me my grandad was standing right behind and she could sense his spirit strongly. She said he wanted me to know how proud he is of me.   

A bit taken aback, I asked Michelle, “which grandad”?  She said on my mum’s side, and that he was cooking a fry-up and that she could smell the bacon.          

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Now at this stage it was all getting a bit odd, as my mum had told me how my grandad would cook a fry-up every Sunday and always had bacon - never sausage.  

Michelle then said the letter ‘R’ was coming through  - which made me think of Rovers, my grandad’s football team.   

It really felt like that in the moment, he was there behind me, coming through Michelle.  

Psychic sisters Michelle Morley and Louise Hedges with Mitch GarlingtonPsychic sisters Michelle Morley and Louise Hedges with Mitch Garlington
Psychic sisters Michelle Morley and Louise Hedges with Mitch Garlington

After the interview was over, I returned later for the actual event, where the hall was absolutely packed. 

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Mainly full with middle-aged women wanting to connect with loved ones, drinking was also a big part of the event. Every direction I looked, people were drinking from wine glasses.

Throughout the two-hour show - and 20-minute break - the sisters and Mitch interacted with the audience, bringing through spirits. 

This included mums, dads, grandmas and grandpas - as the sisters recalled character traits and stories while passing messages on from beyond.      

I was sitting at the end of a row, and I was shocked when Michelle addressed me to say my grandad’s spirit was in the room again.  

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She said she could smell the bacon strongly and also said he was showing her postcards - but I was not sure what this meant. Perhaps another spirit was interrupting communication.           

Louise then chipped in to say she could sense it has been a struggle to get to where I am now, and that a message was coming through for me to be confident and ambitious - which was nice to hear.  

The night ended with a free bottle of prosecco being given to a random audience member (not me) - as the audience left to chat about the night. 

Now, I will never know whether my grandad was really in the room with me that night, but there was certainly some truth in what the sisters pointed out and it’s an experience I won’t be forgetting any time soon.     

Psychics & Prosecco is being held at venues across the country until December 21. For tickets, visit www.psychicsundays.co.uk 

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