Newspaper article Tweed Daily News (Tweed Heads, Australia)

GHOSTS; {lsquo}Some People Say What I Do Is Scary; Other People Say I Change Their Lives. I Just Say What I Hear and See {Ndash} and I See a Lot'

Newspaper article Tweed Daily News (Tweed Heads, Australia)

GHOSTS; {lsquo}Some People Say What I Do Is Scary; Other People Say I Change Their Lives. I Just Say What I Hear and See {Ndash} and I See a Lot'

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Byline: NADINE FISHER nadine.fisher@tweednews.com.au

LISA Williams is a real-life ghost whisperer.

She has always had a gift, even as a young child, she just never realised that others couldn't see and hear what she did.

It wasn't until her teenage years that she learnt that she had a special ability.

"When I was a little girl, I discovered I had a gift. Communicating with those who are no longer with us.

"Some people say what I do is scary; other people say I change their lives. I just say what I hear and see - and I see a lot," Lisa said.

"It was in my early twenties that I really embraced the fact that I was different and had a special ability," she said.

Now an internationally acclaimed medium and clairvoyant healer, Lisa, who will arrive in Australia in mid-September for a series of shows, describes what it's like to see spirits.

"I see shapes of spirits in 3D and hear them speaking," Lisa explains, "I feel their emotions - all my senses are feeling this energy.

"I'm not constantly hearing them though - that would drive you mad - but I tune into them. That's how I work, and I give them some time every day.

"Some of the spirits I see haven't crossed over, but many have and a lot of the time they just want to chat."

But it is the spirits who are yet to cross over, who have more vibrant energy and are usually insistent about getting a message across, according to Lisa.

"It can be tough doing what I do, but I love helping and feel blessed to be able to; I never see it as a curse," she said.

"My nine-year-old son Charlie is starting to show signs that he's communicating with someone and starting to pick up on energies too.

"Although I certainly don't force him down that line, I know I'll be able to support him in whatever he does."

Lisa says this with a hint of sadness, as she explains that her parents did not support her as a child.

"I didn't get any support or guidance from my parents, and that's tough on a child," she said.

"My abilities have come down through my maternal grandmother, and my mother also has a small ability."

Born in England, Lisa, who is the granddaughter of famous British medium Frances Glazebrook, was discovered by Merv Griffin and now has her own television series Lisa Williams, Life Among The Dead, which has been showing on W Channel. …

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