28 Min Released Dec 12, 2017

I See Dead People

Judith's earliest memories are of vivid ghost sightings. A kindly old man was always waiting in her childhood bedroom. Growing up she passed ghosts in the street. As a wife and mother the ghosts weaved themselves firmly into her family life - and made her feel increasingly unsettled. But how could she tell people without being branded as "crazy"? 

Host Danny Robins asks psychotherapist Rosalind Grainger of e17therapy.com what might cause someone like Judith to see dead people day after day.  

Haunted

Haunted

Do ghosts exist?

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