Psy­chics pro­vide new clues to killer

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with clair­voy­ant Leoni Hukins, from South Ash­ford, af­ter she told him that she is reg­u­larly in con­tact with Ashley, a for­mer school friend.

Al­though un­known to each other, Mr Dighton says both are adamant that Ashley wasn’t killed in wood­land be­hind the Ash­ford Sains­bury’s store where his body was found.

Mr Dighton said: “Keith Charles told me many things about my­self he could not have known as they were things only close fam­ily were aware of.

“They in­cluded Ashley some­times wind­ing me up by call­ing me bone­head, and how my fa­ther used to give wicked beat­ings to me and my broth­ers and sis­ters when we were chil­dren.

“He also gave me two names in­volved in the mur­der.

“I am not pre­pared to say who they are but I have told po­lice.”

As the Dighton’s are from trav­el­ling stock he be­lieves a gipsy was used to lure Ashley to a meet­ing, where the killer struck.

Mr Dighton, said: “Both psy­chics told me that he did not die where his body was found and that he had his head cut off af­ter he died.”

Leoni Hukins, 22, from Brook­field Road, was at Christ Church School with Ashley.

Now mar­ried with two chil­dren and ex­pect­ing a third, she claims to have a fam­ily gift for links with the past.

She said: “Ever since Ashley’s death I have been get­ting flash­backs and hav­ing dreams about his mur­der. He comes to me to ex­plain what hap­pened and the pic­tures are vivid.

“I am not a pro­fes­sional, not a fraud and def­i­nitely not seek­ing pub­lic­ity, but I have sent de­tails to the po­lice be­cause the mes­sages were so strong and the dis­rup­tion and grief of the fam­ily so great that every­one should help to catch this killer.”

Mr Dighton added: “I be­lieve that Ashley was killed some­where near the bridge and his head put in a drum in con­crete and thrown into the War­ren lake.

“I have told the po­lice and they say I need to give them ex­act lo­ca­tions but do think this may be a new line to in­ves­ti­gate.”

A Kent Po­lice spokesman said yes­ter­day: “The in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the death of Ashley Dighton con­tin­ues and Kent Po­lice will con­sider all new in­for­ma­tion care­fully and sen­si­tively.”

Ashley Dighton

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