My eldest brother was killed in a traffic accident before I was born. I have never felt a "presence" of him but my sister believes in it - once a medium told her that she had an angel watching her and described someone resembling my late brother.
Anyway, one day my sis was going to work and her car tyre hit something and burst. Her car skidded off the road at high speed and went on a crazy course, over a ditch, through some bushes and eventually into some guy's garden. This took a few seconds as you can imagine.
She had her seatbelt on but she claims that she heard my brother's voice saying to her very clearly "S... take your belt off NOW!". She clicked the belt undone and was thrown into the backseat of the car. The car flipped and the area over the driver's side was smashed to pieces.
The house owner came and she insisted on him removing her from the car thru the back window (not good first aid!!) When the cops got there, she was lying under a blanket and they thought she was dead! They were so surprised she could survive. If she had left the belt on she would have been killed.
How do you explain this? A real visitation or just a trick of the mind? She is convinced he saved her life.
This is a genuine story, it happened about 5 years ago. My sister had whiplash and multiple cuts and bruises, including to her face but she suffered no long term damage. The car was written off.
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