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The Rose Hawkins séances

1953 - 1976


In life Rose Hawkins was a London flower seller, who had her 'pitch'
outside Charing Cross station. She first communicated in 1953 and became instrumental during the
recording work of George Woods and Betty Greene.

Rose describes her life and activities in the Spirit World in simple detail,
from her appearance, to the type of home she inhabits,
her hobbies and love of the garden, to the animals she sees around her.

Rose's depiction of life in the Spirit World became the benchmark for other communications and was f
eatured in Neville Randall's book 'Life After Death'.


 


November 12th 1953

During this early experimental recording made in 1953, various Spirit voices were recorded.

In this short extract, Mickey speaks briefly to a sitter named Rose Creet,
then Rose Hawkins communicates...


 

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September 9th 1963


Betty Greene recognises the familiar Spirit voice of Rose Hawkins, who speaks in detail about her life
and her relaxed existence in the Spirit World, during this full séance recording from 1963...


 
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September 4th 1965


In this second full séance recording,
Rose returns to communicate with Betty Greene and George Woods
and explains how she has progressed in the Spirit World...


 
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April 26th 1976


After more than ten years absence,
sitters are pleasantly surprised to hear the familiar voice of Rose once again.

In this extract from a group sitting in 1976,
she chats quite naturally with Louise and Ida Cook, Bram Rogers and others,
about her life on Earth and her observations on how London has changed over the years...


 
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