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Amy Winehouse's father 'still sees her ghost'

By T.K. Randall
July 14, 2021 · Comment icon 14 comments



Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning in 2011. Image Credit: CC BY-SA 2.0 Rama
In a new documentary, the late singer's dad Mitch maintains that his daughter still visits him at night.
Known for her distinctive vocals and unique musical style, Amy Winehouse very quickly attracted a legion of fans worldwide who collectively mourned her untimely death in 2011 at the age of just 27.

Among those deeply impacted by her passing was her father, Mitch, who suffered a nervous breakdown following the release of an Oscar-winning documentary about her life in 2015.

Now another documentary is set to be released - Reclaiming Amy - which, among other things, features Mitch talking about how his late daughter's ghost sometimes appears to him at night.
"People watching this film will think I am a deluded idiot," he said.

"She [Amy] has come and sat on the bed. She knows I am nervous, she would do more, but she knows I would be frightened. She is wherever her mum is as well."

Exactly how much truth there is to this remains unclear, however over the years we have heard numerous stories similar from people grieving their lost loves ones.

"10 years after her death, we are still grieving our daughter," said Amy's mother, Janis.

"And we want to tell you our story in the hope that it can help other families like us and celebrate Amy as the complex, incredible woman that she was."



Source: MSN.com | Comments (14)


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Comment icon #5 Posted by OverSword 1 year ago
Thatís true. My father passed almost a year ago and a couple weeks ago at my momís house with the family I heard my brother say something to my mom from the other room and for a second could have sworn he was my dad. That said I have also had some experiences that make me reluctant to dismiss the claims of Amyís father.
Comment icon #6 Posted by papageorge1 1 year ago
How did you determine that they were only 'dirty tricks' of their mind? A rational non-prejudicial person can not know.
Comment icon #7 Posted by ouija ouija 1 year ago
Just trying to gain some attention for himself through his daughter . . . . . AGAIN!
Comment icon #8 Posted by HollyDolly 1 year ago
Don't know anything about her or her dad. But sometimes, I will have a dream with my late father or mother in it.Sometimes both ar in it.Just their way of saying they are thinking of us kids and stopped by for a little visit.
Comment icon #9 Posted by XenoFish 1 year ago
All the sudden it smelt like a bar, that's when I knew Amy came to visit.†
Comment icon #10 Posted by TashaMarie 1 year ago
As he did while she was alive.
Comment icon #11 Posted by Robotic Jew 1 year ago
Are you suggesting that you have a non-prejudicial mind?
Comment icon #12 Posted by papageorge1 1 year ago
Yes. I am objective and consider all things. Spirits of the deceased do make contact is my belief from fair consideration of the evidence. A fair consideration will be called Ďprejudicedí by one†with a prejudice! †
Comment icon #13 Posted by Robotic Jew 1 year ago
You gave this an 80% chance of being true....without anything but a story from a stranger....it doesn't get anymore prejudiced than that.†
Comment icon #14 Posted by papageorge1 1 year ago
Why, personal testimony is valuable. A mundane experience by a competent person I know and I might even go 99+% with nothing but a story.


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