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Dean Sullivan (precognitive dream?!) Options
EKUMA1981
Posted: Tuesday, December 5, 2023 3:58:16 PM

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This is a good one...

Dean Sullivan died recently. Members on here who reside in the UK might have heard of him... he was an actor and his main role was the lovable rogue Jimmy Corkhill in the soap Brookside.

So, Dean Sullivan passed away on the 29th November, 2023. Here's where things get seriously weird...

My brother had a dream about Dean Sullivan a couple of months ago. It was a disturbing dream and very vivid. In this dream he saw the body of Dean on the ground and Dean's body was decomposing. His ribs were sticking out and his eyeballs were missing from their sockets! This dream unnerved my brother that much that he did not dare go back to bed.

So, what is this all about?! Was it just a freaky coincidence or was this a precognitive dream? And why is it a lot of the time with us it's macabre and ominous? I mean, a few months ago I opened my back door at approx. 3:30am and there was a dead pigeon laid out right outside the back door.

Also, on the day I learned of Dean Sullivan's death there were 3 other celebs who perished: Henry Kissinger, Alistair Darling & Shane MacGowan. You see, I keep a log of celeb deaths and I've never known as many as this pass away in such a short space of time - it was a record!
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