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A nurse in England has hit headlines for her psychic abilities, which she claims allow her to see people after death...

Sally Cudmore from London, England says her 'Sixth Sense' has driven her to quit nursing and focus on sharing her psychic abilities:

As a trainee nurse I quickly got used to death and I cared for people in their final days. But it was the spirits coming back that I wasn’t ready for.

Sally, who claims she became aware of her gift at the age of eight, says that working in a hospital became intensely difficult because of her Sixth Sense:

Life in a hospital was harder than I could have imagined.
I trained on a special care ward in Lewisham Hospital where patients were dangerously ill and I started to see events of the future before they happened in my head.

I knew someone was going to die when I saw red and black surrounding them and it became really upsetting.
There was one occasion where a patient’s family were all remarking how well she looked and how they thought she was getting better.

I saw the red and black surrounding her and within the hour she was dead.

Now, Sally hopes to help people with her gift, passing on messages from their departed loved ones. She has even helped Police locate missing people.

In 2011 she helped locate an elderly woman with dementia who'd been missing for five days. Channeling her "sixth sense" Sally pointed out on a map where she believed the woman to be located, leading the police to an allotment where the old lady was finally discovered.

She had been sleeping on the ground for days with no food and water.
The doctors said she was three hours from death. If I hadn’t connected with her she would have died – I saved her life.
Sally (right) sensed her gift even as a child.
Sally (right) sensed her gift even as a child.

Despite her psychic powers making it too hard for her to continue her nursing, Sally feels that her experience in hospitals has shown her the path to using her gift wisely:

I feel like I have a duty to comfort people who are grieving. I think my time as a nurse helped me prepare for what I do now.

I helped people who were preparing for death and now I help them on the other side.

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Source: The Mirror

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