Pol­i­tics or the para­nor­mal, have your say

Central Telegraph - - READ - — Teri Robert­son

FROM feed­back on­line about last week’s Pol­lie Tick­led col­umn, to an­other let­ter in re­sponse to our story on strange and haunted places, Week­end wants to hear from its read­ers.

To leave com­ments on­line, look for our sto­ries in the life­style or opin­ion sec­tions of our web­site, or email your feed­back to week­end@news­re­gional­me­dia.com.au.

On­line com­menter Un­com­mon­sense4me, of Mary­bor­ough, had this to say in re­sponse to Michael Burlace’s satir­i­cal Pol­lie Tick­led col­umn.

“We need an in­no­va­tive so­lu­tion from Turn­bull and the (Dual) Na­tional Party,” the com­menter wrote.

“We have gu­lag con­cen­tra­tion camps full of refugees with no cit­i­zen­ship. We have a load of right whinge­ing politi­cians with one cit­i­zen­ship too many.

“The camps are cost­ing us a for­tune to run and we can’t back down and let them in be­cause it would trash the rep­u­ta­tion of our leader-in-waiting, Dut­ton!

“Just get the dual na­tional pol­lies up to Manus and Naru and they can give the spare cit­i­zen­ship away to the poor refugees who are in limbo!”

A fi­nal mes­sage from mum

I’d just turned 16 when my mother passed away.

About a month later I heard very heavy, very scary breath­ing on my left side as I lay in bed at night. I thought there was an in­truder in the room and even looked un­der the bed. Then af­ter about 10 days it stopped.

A few months later my best friend said there was a teacup reader she’d heard about in the city, and it’d be fun to hear our fu­ture.

We went along and when it came to our turn to go in the cup-reader im­me­di­ately looked straight at me, held her hand up to get my at­ten­tion and said, “My dear, I have to tell you, your mother is on your left shoul­der.” Tears flowed. I re­alised she’d been let­ting me know she hadn’t gone far.

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