A pet psychic helps owners connect with their beloved animals from beyond the grave.
Jackie Weaver, 59, said like humans, animals have a "spirit" voice. She believes her job is to give people proof their dead pets live on.
Jackie said: "Our passed pets want us to know they’re still around. Sometimes they will leave a white feather in a place where it couldn’t logically be. They can mess with electric by making TVs come on and things like that."
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She claims animals communicate with her using pictures, sound and feelings in her mind which she interprets and passes on. Jackie, who grew up in Drymen, Scotland said: "One person told me their dog used to flip their cat flap, and it even happened after the dog was gone."
Jackie isn't the only one convinced cats, dogs and other pets can haunt us after they die – plenty of people have reported being haunted by creepy undead pets. One bloke who moved to a flat in southwest London was convinced a poltergeist pooch was living in his new kitchen after he heard barking sounds.
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Ben, 25, previously The Mirror: "A few weeks after we moved we noticed a scary barking sound, usually at night. Some of our neighbours have dogs but this one sounded like it was literally inside the flat. For a few weeks we were thinking we were being hunted by a real life Hound of the Baskervilles."
It was only after a few weeks that Ben realised the "barking" noise was actually caused by the 110-year-old building's blocked pipes, and after a plumber finally came round to fix the problem, the "scary" sounds have finally come to an end.
But it's not just Ben who has reported close encounters with spooky animals. A couple reported another ghostly dog had been haunting their home in Merseyside, bothering them while they were in bed watching TV.
Michael and Blair Lee said they initially thought the spooky sounds were being made by their cat, Maggie, the Daily Star previously reported. However they eventually realised they could sense the unnerving presence even when she wasn't there.
"All it does is just lie on my feet, that's all it does," Michael said at the time. "I have my partner as a witness who has seen the dip in the bed. When I asked if the ghost was there the other day, he heard the noise it made. There's no way a cat would make that noise, it must be a dog."
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