Meet the family where mum sees angels and kids talk to the dead

December 4th, 2009 - 5:19 pm ICT by ANI  

London, December 04 (ANI): A couple and their three children from Cambridgeshire village are believed to be the most psychic family in Britain.

The mother, Kylie Holmes, along with kids- Jade, 11, Amba, nine, and five-year-old Leo- claims to possess supernatural powers.

Jade apparently has memories of previous lives, while Amba sees ghosts and Leo talks to the dead.

“They have always seen and heard things that others don’t. It’s just a regular part of their lives,” the Sun quoted Kylie as saying.

Kylie’s own psychic experiences began at the age of 20.

She was admitted in a hospital due to overdose, following a relationship failure.

She insists that when she woke in hospital, she saw “a being surrounded by light” at the end of her bed, who told her she would recover.

She said: “I was a total cynic before that point, but when I got back home I found my house full of beautiful, white feathers and had this incredible feeling of peace.

“I get in touch with the angelic realm and receive assistance about clients’ lives.”

Kylie is not surprised with her kids’ special powers either.

She recollected: “It was when I was driving Jade home from nursery one day, when she was only four, that I first realised she had a special talent.

“She asked me, ‘Mummy, do you remember when I was the mummy and you were the baby?

“She went on to talk about something she could have had no knowledge of at her age - describing pushing an old- fashioned metal pram in minute detail.

“I was so shocked, I nearly crashed the car. I remember my hands shaking on the wheel.

“When I got home I printed off lots of pictures of different prams from the internet.

“I showed them to her and she picked out the Victorian one, without hesitation.

“Since then she has often talked about her experience of being a Victorian woman with a child.”

However, Kylie’s husband Eric, a former soldier, does not believe in his wife’s claims and describes the family as a “bunch of weirdos”.

He said: “They aren’t doing anyone any harm - but I don’t believe in any of it.” (ANI)

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