Mitch Winehouse has recently admitted trying to contact his recently deceased daughter Amy Winehouse through spiritualists.
In an interview with the Independent he admitted that he has visited psychics frequently, he knows that people may view this decision skeptically and he doesn't want to come across as a delirious fool. Mitch also admitted to making contact with his late daughter Amy through the same American psychic used by the FBI to try and solve cold cases. The first thing that Amy was thought to have said was “Dad, this is Amy. There is life after death”.
In the same interview Mitch hit out at the NHS and how the service deals with and treats addicts, claiming that the way they are left to their own devices is appalling and treatment needs to be given out much more frequently and alot more quickly. It’s said that had Amy been relying solely on the NHS for support through her alcohol and drug addiction that she would have died much sooner.
Consider the fact that you may be able to speak to your loved ones after they have actually died and you could send your head in to a spin. Whether or not you believe that people in this world have the ability to contact the next, what is the harm in trying? If you yourself has lost someone close to you or even if you have been lucky enough not to, you will understand that everyone deals with these tradgedies in different ways. Hats off to Mitch for going down this line, it cant be easy never having solid proof it's Amy that he's getting messages from.
The memoir that Mitch has written about Amy titled Amy, My Daughter was out earlier this month. The proceeds of the book sales will go to The Amy Winehouse Foundation, a charity set up to help young people fighting addiction.
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