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This morning’s viewers ridicule a woman who claims to be in love with a ghost

“After this, she’ll be single forever!” This morning’s viewers ridicule woman who claims she’s in love with a ghost — and that their ‘relationship’ is ‘highly emotionally driven’

  • Singer Brocarde, 38, from Oxfordshire, appeared on the ITV program today
  • She remembered being ‘visited’ for the first time by the ghost Eduardo, a Victorian soldier
  • But This Morning viewers were quick to ridicule Brocarde’s claims


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This morning viewers mocked a woman after she claimed to be in love with a ghost named Eduardo.

Singer-songwriter Brocarde, 38, from Oxfordshire, appeared on the ITV program today to talk about how her ‘relationship’ – which she says is ‘very instinctive and emotionally driven’ – began.

She recalled being “visited” for the first time by the ghost Eduardo, a Victorian soldier who died prematurely at age 35 after falling into a well, during a thunderstorm as she struggled to sleep after a disagreement with a friend.

Although Brocarde insisted that a ghost accompanying her is the only “logical conclusion” to the strange moments she experiences — such as the feeling of being “embraced,” broken notepads, and hearts outlined on her shower — viewers ridiculed her claims. .

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Singer-songwriter Brocarde (pictured), 38, from Oxfordshire, appeared on the ITV program today to talk about how her 'relationship' - which she says is 'very instinctive and emotionally driven' - began

Singer-songwriter Brocarde (pictured), 38, from Oxfordshire, appeared on the ITV program today to talk about how her ‘relationship’ – which she says is ‘very instinctive and emotionally driven’ – began

Speaking to hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O'leary, Brocarde (pictured) talked about the first time she thought she'd met the ghost

Speaking to hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O'leary, Brocarde (pictured) talked about the first time she thought she'd met the ghost

Speaking to hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O’leary, Brocarde (pictured) talked about the first time she thought she’d met the ghost

One person said on Twitter, “Maybe I’ll record this episode for when I’m having a bad day. My days!’

Another wrote: ‘Oh dear, where do they get these guys from! And how do they make sure they don’t laugh.’

A third added, “My logical conclusion… is to switch off,” while a fourth said, “After this, she’ll be single forever.”

Brocarde spoke to hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O’leary and talked about the first time she thought she’d encountered the ghost.

She said, “It was a typical horror movie day, I was home, I had a fight with one of my friends, I was really, really upset, I was trying to figure out what was going on with my friendships, and I felt like this burning feeling in my heart.

Response: While Brocarde insisted that a ghost accompanying her is the only “logical conclusion” to the strange moments she experiences — such as a sense of being “embraced,” broken notepads, and hearts outlined on her shower — viewers made her claims ridiculous

“My chest exploded, it was a physical burn and a deep pain in my chest. It was alarming because it was very intense at the beginning and I was having trouble breathing.

“I was pushed forward. I was shaking, I was sweating and tears were streaming down my face… I reached for my bedside table to try to turn on the light and this hand grabbed my arm and threw it back.”

Presenter Dermot quickly asked Brocarde when she first saw Eduardo, to which she replied, “I just saw a figure pass by and then nothing.”

Brocarde (pictured) recalled being first “visited” by the ghost Eduardo, a Victorian soldier who died prematurely at age 35 after falling into a well, during a thunderstorm as she struggled to sleep after a disagreement with a friend

She went on to claim that the ghost now appears to be jealous — pushing her hand to ruin her makeup before dating other men — and even showing up when she’s in the shower, drawing love hearts for her.

“This ghost has been around for a year and a half and it’s getting more and more intense,” she said. ‘You feel a breath of air go through your body, I feel like I’m being hugged, I feel hands around me.

“I literally feel like there’s someone I’m loyal to, there’s a property there,” she added. “It’s very instinctive and emotionally driven.”

But she admitted that she had “a lot of doubts about her relationship,” but that this is the “logical conclusion.”

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