Psychic Reads “Botched” Docs and Things Get Emotional

“Meet the Frasers” meets “Botched” when Matt Fraser connects Drs. Terry Dubrow & Paul Nassif with their late loved ones. 

Will Amy have advice for the clients so that they can remain in their home or will she tell them to move on? Tune into the new season of The Dead Files on Travel Channel, Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 9 p.m.

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Mum who had miscarriages stunned as daughter mentions ‘dead brother and sister’ by Courtney Pochin

Parents from across the country have been opening up about some of the creepiest things their little ones have ever said to them, and their stories will give you nightmares

The mum never expected her child to say that (stock photo) (Image: Getty)

As children don’t know any better, they often speak before they think.

This can lead to some pretty entertaining conversations, but also a few that are downright creepy.

CBeebies has asked parents on social media to have a think about some of the most chilling things their little ones have ever said to them.

More than 1,000 people replied to the post, sharing their scary stories – which include everything from ghosts to murderous comments and bizarre antics with Barbie dolls.

Here’s a look at some of the terrifying tales the mums shared – and you might want to keep the lights on while you read through them.

My child mentioned her dead siblings – but she didn’t know about my miscarriages

That’s terrifying! (stock photo) (Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto)

A mum said she’s used to her daughter coming out with strange things, but there was one comment in particular that shocked her.

The memorable moment occurred when the child asked her mum when she would die so she could go and play with her brothers and sisters.

The mum had tragically suffered several miscarriages in the past – but had never told her daughter about them, so had no idea how she could possibly know about her lost siblings.

She says her daughter asked her one day: “Mammy when will I die?”

She told the little girl: “Oh not for a long time babe, not until you are very old! Why?”

Her daughter responded: “Because my brothers and sisters are waiting for me to come play.”

My child thinks a strange man lives in our kitchen

The stories get spookier, as one parent admitted that her two-year-old daughter is convinced there’s a man living in their kitchen.

She said: “My daughter, while watching a programme on TV  goes ‘He looks like the Night Night Man’.

“I asked her, ‘who’s the Night Night Man?’

“She told me he’s the man who lives in our kitchen.”

My daughter knew I was pregnant before I’d even taken a test

Her daughter was adamant she was pregnant, so she took a test (stock photo) (Image: Getty)

A different mum explained how she’d been struggling to conceive and didn’t think another pregnancy was in the cards for her.

However, her four-year-old daughter was adamant that she was “a bit pregnant” with a baby boy.

Two days later, something strange happened.

She explained: “My daughter, four at the time, randomly told my friends ‘my mummy is having a baby’.

“Having had IVF  for her and 18 months of trying for her sister I knew I wasn’t – she insisted ‘You are a bit pregnant with my brother’.

“Two days later I took a positive pregnancy test! And she now has a brother.”

Daughter claims to remember her other families who ‘got sick and died’

Another little girl kept telling her mum all about her parents from past lives – and the grim ways they died.

The parent commented: “My five-year-old talks about her other families and siblings. She’s had lots of other families.

“One mummy died then her daddy got sick too so he left her in a doorway to get found. Another mummy fell off a roof and died.

“We had just crossed a busy road one day and she stopped, looked around and said that her daddy had been killed on this road. “

She added: “She also had conversations while we were walking through a graveyard when she was tiny-she kept flicking at her hair and saying ‘it’s my hair, leave it alone’.

“Sometimes she wakes up during the night, sits bolt upright and laughs and has conversations. I’m terrified of her!”

I caught my toddler doing something disturbing with her doll

So creepy! (Stock photo) (Image: Moment RF)

A parent got a bit of a fright while bathing her toddler, Rylee.

The little girl had been playing with a Barbie in the tub, when she started doing something very unexpected and creepy.

The mum recalls: “My daughter Rylee, 22-months-old, had a Barbie in the bath with her. She held it under the water whispering ‘quiet’ over and over again. I was terrified.”

My son wrote a very creepy note for a waitress

Someone else said they were eating with their young son in a diner in America, when he decided to slip the waitress a note.

The mum assumed it was a sweet message about the food – but she couldn’t have been more wrong.

“My 7 year old passed a note to a waitress in a diner in America,” explained the mum. “On it he’d scrawled in creepy crayon ‘my mummy murdered someone’.

“She visibly reeled back and gasped… in his defense, his spelling was excellent and his grammar was spot on…”

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Spirit Guides: Understanding Communication Styles by Gwen

Spirit Guides: Speaking A Language You Understand Or Can Learn

How does a spirit guide (or any spirit for that matter) speak/communicate with us? I’ve attempted to show that human language rules and skills don’t necessarily apply. Most of the time, spirit beings/guides seem to articulate their conversation/meaning to us in correlation with one of the eight psychic “clairs.” Abilities which (I believe) all humans possess to some degree. The eight clairs are as follows:

Clairsentience: Clear-feeling. The ability to feel or sense spiritual/emotional/psychic energy (can “read” the atmosphere of a room or around a person). A sense of “knowing”, which includes a physical sensation of prickles on the arms, tingles down the spine, butterflies in the stomache, etc.  Strong intuition (for instance, forming an instant impression of a person, place, or object).

Clairvoyance: Clear-seeing. This is a form of discernment of information. People with clairvoyance have a very strong intuitive knowledge (or seeing beyond the five senses) and know how to interpret the information for themselves or others. They visualize the information or “see” the spirit world.

Clairaudience: Clear-hearing. This is someone who has the ability to “hear” messages from Spirit, the dead, angels, guides, etc.

Clairgustance: Clear-tasting. This is someone who can taste “phantom” food and/or drink when a spiritual being is present.

Claircognizance: Clear-knowing. This is a person who can know something as if the information has been downloaded out of nowhere without knowing why or how they know.

Clairtangency: Clear-touching. A person who can receive facts and information by touching an object, person (through a hug, handshake, etc.) or being in close proximity to a person.

Clairsalience: Clear-smelling. An ability to perceive the odors of a person, place, animal, etc., not present in the immediate, physical area. Phantom odors.

Clairempathy: Clear-emotional feeling. The ability to experience or pick up on the emotional state of those around them.

Experience, study, and conversation leads me to believe that most people who are more tuned into spiritual energy are dominant in one of the clairs. However, we can also learn to “hone” or increase our ability in the other psychic senses as well. Which is a good thing if you have a spirit guide who’s spiritual language tends to run more in sharing images in the “mind’s eye”(such as when I work with “You”), wants to “tell” you important info (such as my spiritual navigator), or just wants you to “know” their intention, history, or what they mean to say (such as with Brother Marcus).

Some “languages” are easier to interpret than others but there can still be a learning curve. Learning to understand “You’s” images took time (and a little help from Brother Marcus) because of the speed at which she shares them but also sometimes I just don’t understand the reference. Personal associations are involved in the interpretation. I’m sure those who work through clairgustance or one of the other abilities which require interpretation have a similar situation.

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Spirit guides are meant to be “Team Go You!” Image by geralt via

Spirit Guides: Should You Work With Them?

Whether or not a person works with their spirit guide(s) is a personal choice. There is no mandate which says you have to work with spirits. However, having spirit allies (whether they be plant, stone, animal or any kind of spirit guide) can be an important asset to any Witch, Wiccan, or Pagan. Not only in their Craft, but for those who find themselves working with or encountering other spirit beings/entities.

Learning the “language” of spirits, be they “guides”, allies, or something else can only be a benefit. Regardless of whether you work with personal guides, take the time to learn “spirit language.” In my experience, doing so can only help expand one’s knowledge base and help create a better “communicator” overall.

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‘Light From Light’ Trailer: A Grounded Ghost Story Like None You’ve Seen Before Written by Jordan Raup

If the jump scares and horror set pieces of Paranormal Activity or The Conjuring franchises were exchanged for an authentic reckoning of the tangled emotions the departed may leave behind, you have something close to Light From Light. There’s a palpable tension to this story of paranormal investigating, but rather than injecting the expected terror, the film’s power lies in never seeing ghost hunting depicted so grounded and character-driven before. Following its Sundance premiere, Grasshopper Film has released the first trailer ahead of a theatrical release next month.

I said in my review, “This is the kind of film where the minutiae of insurance policies are discussed before any haunting may begin. Those going into Paul Harrill’s second feature looking for frights will be rewarded with something more substantial: an experience rich with atmosphere and humanity, and drama ultimately more enlightening than the cheap thrills that pervade the dime-a-dozen ghost stories we’ve seen before.”

See the trailer and poster below for the film starring Marin Ireland, Jim Gaffigan, Josh Wiggins, Atheena Frizzell, and David Cale.

Gifted with sometimes-prophetic dreams and a lifelong interest in the paranormal, Shelia (Marin Ireland) is asked to investigate a potential haunting at a Tennessee farmhouse. It’s there she meets Richard (Jim Gaffigan), a recent widower who believes his wife may still be with him. The investigation that ensues — which eventually pulls in Shelia’s son, Owen (Josh Wiggins) and his classmate Lucy (Atheena Frizzell) — forces them to confront the mysteries of their own lives.

Light From Light opens on November 1st in New York at the Quad Cinema and November 8th in Los Angeles at Landmark’s Nuart.

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