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Mum believes in medium after hearing from son

CONNECTING WITH THE PAST: Brenton, Debbie, Geoff and Justin Knowles. Brenton lost his battle with cancer but has connected with the family through Bundaberg medium Jodi McRae. Photo Contributed
CONNECTING WITH THE PAST: Brenton, Debbie, Geoff and Justin Knowles. Brenton lost his battle with cancer but has connected with the family through Bundaberg medium Jodi McRae. Photo Contributed Contributed

AFTER losing her teenage son to cancer Debbie Knowles has taken comfort in knowing he is fine after communicating with him through a Bundaberg medium Jodi McRae.

Mrs Knowles said she had also lost many family members including both her parents and when Jodi was able to speak with them and reassured her they were okay she said she is definitely a believer.

"Our son was diagnosed with cancer at 10 years of age. And we lost him a few years later," she said.

"Having Jodi tell me of his mannerism reassured me she was speaking with the right person.

"He had a stutter and she told us that - I mean that's just not something you can Google about someone."

She said she knew there were sceptics out there and said it was fine not to believe but once you get confirmation like she had there was no way you wouldn't.

Jodi McRae will hold a charity event raising money for suicide prevention in youth, with funds going to the Mark Fouindation, this Saturday. Read about it here: http://www.news-mail.com.au/news/do-you-believe-in-the-supernatural-spirits-and-gho/2979385/

>> Read the NewsMail's report on the family's farewell to Brenton in 1997 

Topics:  bundaberg cancer child medium psychic son


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