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Does This Photo Prove That A Woman’s Son Came Back From The Grave To Watch Over His Siblings?

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This is Deb Larcombe and her husband, Wayne. They’re a pretty normal-looking Australian couple, but the picture doesn’t tell the whole truth of what they’ve been through.

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Deb had a brain hemorrhage in 2005. It is that incident which has led to her unusual confession to the world.

Deb’s Morbid Motherhood Tale

Deb is the mother of six children and the family is well-known and liked in her small Australian town. However, when she became pregnant in 2007 with twins, the doctors were concerned that her brain condition might have an impact on her health and that of her unborn children.

Later on in the pregnancy, it was discovered that Jeremy, the male twin, had Edwards’ syndrome. That is an incurable genetic problem which stunts brain development and has serious implications for the child’s heart, too. They thought that Deb would miscarry, but instead, she carried both twins to term.

The female twin, Taylah, was perfectly healthy, but sadly, Jeremy passed away shortly after the birth.

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As you can see, Deb went on to have a fair number of children, but the thoughts of Jeremy have never left her. She is positive that he fought for life for so long so that he could save Taylah’s life in the womb.

Now, she’s positive he’s watching over the rest of the family and she says she has photographic proof.

Little Things

Deb says that this perfectly ordinary family snapshot hosts Jeremy’s ghost in the background and that this is proof of her claims. She says that it’s the photo she had always wanted of her twins together.

Is Jeremy Watching Over Them?

We don’t know if that’s what is happening here but we are glad that Deb finally has some closure, and the family has their own personal guardian angel.

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