08 August, 2013

Her Dead Aunt Contacted Her With Gold Cigarettes

This is different - a different way for a deceased aunt to contact her relative. The story is by Hannah H from Norwich, England.

"I'm not sure if you will believe this but it's perfectly true. I thought you might like to hear about it as I have read some of your posts about White Feathers as messages from the dead.

"My Aunt April died two weeks ago. I was close to her because as a child my parents split up and she would often look after me. I also stayed with her for about eighteen months as a teenager when my mother first remarried.

"The only problem with Aunt April was that she smoked. I didn't like it but she would never give it up. She coughed a lot, had a wheezy chest but still smoked. That was her, a smoker.

"She died on a Tuesday and I heard about it straight away. I was upset, but she hadn't been well for several months. I hoped she died peacefully.

"On the Wednesday evening my land line phone rang. I went to answer it, but there was no one there. As I went to place the receive back I saw that there was a cigarette by the phone. I picked it up and saw it was a Benson & Hedges Gold, the brand Aunt April always smoked. I dialled 1471 but there wasn't a number for the caller.

"I don't know how the cigarette got there. Aunt April hadn't been to my flat for over four months and no one else smokes where I live.

"On the Thursday I went into work and on my desk was a full packet of Benson & Hedges cigarettes. There's only three other people in my office, all non smokers, and they all said they didn't know where they had come from.

"It's possible a cleaner could have left them but I feel it was a sign from Aunt April that she was still about. Cigarettes were her trade mark. If the deceased can leave white feathers then why not cigarettes."

~ Hanna H.

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5 comments:

  1. All I can say to that is Holy Smokes.-)

    It reminds me of an aunty I had.
    Aunty Joyce was a smoker and drinker and even though she never left any smokes for me
    (well I don't smoke cigs,anyway)I did have a dream of a missing front tooth,which according to the dream dictionary I looked the meaning up in,meant the death of a family member,which was right,as my mother informed me that her sister had passed away in the early hours of the morning.

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    1. There seemed to be lots of Aunty April's about years back with their husky laughs that turned into coughing. Interesting about the tooth dream - something 'missing' I suppose.

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  2. Wow, what a fascinating story. And why not? The deceased will use anything to communicate with the living.

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    1. Yes, new to me but why not cigarettes are anything else - though it's easy for skeptics to scoff of course.

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