Psychic Angela McGhee Speaks Of MH370 Flight And Missing Person Madeleine McCann
Angela McGhee is a psychic who specializes in crime solving, and she believes that Malaysian flight MH370 went missing due to political motives. She also urges the parents of Madeleine McCann to keep their hopes up that she is still alive.
56-year-old McGhee will be at the Isbourne Holistic Centre in Cheltenham, Great Britain on Monday for any of you located in this area and interested in hearing her speak. She will be talking about her work in helping authorities solve missing people cases, amongst many other things.
McGhee has known since the very young age of four that she was different then other kids she knew. She has been receiving psychic visions since that age, and a nun from the Catholic convent she belonged to became a spirit guide for her.
“It has taken a lifetime to come to terms with my gift,” says McGhee. “I just wanted to be like everyone else, no child wants to be different.”
No matter how much she wanted to be ‘normal’ however, her gifts were not going away. She then decided to embrace her gifts and began holding spiritual classes, which then got the attention of the local police department who asked for her help in solving a murder case- she has since helped them with hundreds more.
There was one case in particular where her assistance was priceless. It involved the murder of a pub owner in Staffordshire, and her psychic vision ended up resulting in the conviction of three men. Witnesses say she relived the attack ‘like a film reel’ at court that day.
She also assisted in locating the body of a woman from Shrewsbury named Mandy Franks who was missing.
“I had a vision of where her body was going to be found,” says McGhee.
“I kept saying that it was in the water but since it had been lashing with rain it was 30 miles away from Shrewsbury where they were looking.”
When all was said and done, the body was located in the exact spot McGhee had told them it would be.
Her visions revealed details that nobody except the police officials working on the case could possibly know about, and even some details that the police were not aware of but that were later proven to be accurate. The police department was so impressed with McGhee that the West Midlands Police Department chief inspector himself even endorsed her work in one of her books.
McGhee has even foreseen events in her own life and has attempted to change the course of these events by making her friends and family aware of them but unfortunately, that has never stopped the event from happening.
For example, one day she was driving past her daughter’s house and had a vision of the house with smoke coming out of it. She later found out that the very next day, her daughter was at the door speaking to a door-to-door salesman and left a pot on the stove cooking, she took longer than she expected and the pot started to catch fire and smoked the house out.
“Another time my son was going to Greece and as he went out the door, I said ‘have a nice holiday but don’t go on a moped’, said McGhee.
“Of course he didn’t listen and had an accident. But all I could do was to forewarn,” she added. “It meant it didn’t come as a shock,” referring to her son.
Several of her psychic visions have been made and proven in front of the public’s eye as well. In 2006 she accurately predicted the winner of the World Cup. Italy won as she had foreseen and when asked how she knew that she explained of her vision and also said, “I felt after the death of the Pope they had an extra man.” She was also on a dating show once called Take Me Out and she publicly predicted that her very own son would end up meeting and falling in love with a northern woman who was 5’6” and had long hair. This proved to be true some time later.
“Mark Wright (on the ITV2 spin-off show) said to Danny (her son) that he had a spooky mum,” she laughingly recalls.
When asked about current mysteries that are baffling people worldwide, such as the disappearance of Madeline McCann and flight MH370, she said, “I haven’t had visions but I have a feeling that something underhand has happened,” referring to the missing flight.
“I don’t think it’s a fault with the aircraft. I think it is all political. I do have hope that progress will be made and they find the parts.”
On the Madeleine case, she said that she has been working with the police on this issue ever since she began getting visions about it on the 2nd day of her disappearance.
“I saw barren land, tall trees and boulders,” she said.
“It turned out to be the village of Monchique and they found out that a pedophile ring had been operating near the village. The answer lies there and if I was a parent in their shoes, I would have a glimmer of hope.”