In Loving Memory
Grief & Grieving
New Year's Eve 1970
(The Darkest Day of My Life)
From Arrivals to Departures memories stay with us
Dedicated to my sister who has given me a reason
and who has long inspired me from the Spirit World
Find out who is looking over you
Visitations & Conversations
(Carole Bromley, 2019)
It wasn't long after leaving Highgrove House (sheltered housing) and moving into our new home that Christine and her fiancé died in a fatal car crash. New Year’s Eve,1970. My sister, just eighteen years old, had become engaged to her boyfriend, Colin. I was happy, we were all happy, especially since my parents had gone through a nasty separation and awaiting a divorce.
"Say Goodbye to your Sister"
Standing in the living room, I was startled when I heard a voice that seemed to come from next to me, yet no one was there. The voice said, “Say goodbye to your sister she’s not coming back.” I ignored the voice believing it to be my imagination. The voice repeated the words again, “Say goodbye to your sister, you won’t see her again.” Something wasn’t right, mostly because I felt uneasy. I felt uncomfortable. The voice that spoke to me was not a whisper, neither was it distorted in sound. It was as clear as a whistle.