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A woman who is married to a spiritual medium said she often senses someone sitting on the bed while she and her husband are together.
Jane Drew, 57, lives in Llandudno, North Wales, with her professional psychic husband David who claims he is in regular contact with the dead.
At first, Jane said she was "petrified" of the spirits she would apparently see and hear, but admits she is now used to "seeing the odd face" out of the corner of her eye.
Her unusual experiences aren't lost on her however, as Jane has penned an autobiography, The Psychic's Wife: Lifting the Veil, about her unusual relationship with David.
She told Lincolnshire Live spirits even join the couple in bed, and she would just have to try to "ignore it".
Jane said: "We would be in bed together and I would hear the wardrobe door open or I would feel someone sit on the bed and I would be pretty scared.
"I would ask him (David) 'who is it?' and he would say that he wouldn't know, that he was trying to get to sleep and to just ignore it.
"So I would be lying there gripping onto the quilt, petrified and he would be completely disinterested as it was all old hat to him."
The 57-year-old said she has made lifelong friends through her husband's work, and has even met celebrities who enlist David for his services.
She has also been subjected to abuse from people who don't agree with David's job.
Jane said: "When I married David my dad asked me how I was finding things and I said that it was great because I had never had so many friends but I thought about it a little longer and said or so many enemies."
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David's work is even considered the "work of the devil" by some who do not believe in his ability.
Jane said: "David had to be given a police escort off stage once as born again Christians were threatening to harm him and slash his tyres."
She added: "We do not force this down anyone's throats so if we are out on a social occasion we don't mention it to anyone.
"When we are out and about, we just want to be normal."
- In the News
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