TV Psychic Tyler Henry Claims He Spoke To Michael Jackson
A Hollywood TV psychic claims that he spoke to Michael Jackson during a reading with his sister, La Toya Jackson.
This claim - which, let's face it, is a pretty strange one - comes as the 10th anniversary of the controversial pop superstar's death approaches.
Despite the reading taking place before the incendiary documentary film Leaving Neverland - in which several men claimed that Jackson abused them as children - hit screens worldwide, Henry claims that Jackson forgave his sister for comments made in 1993 regarding his alleged relations with young boys.
Henry told DailyMailTV: "When he came through, I just remember a deep sense of peace and it was really interesting. He came across as very childlike.
"A lot of people think of Michael Jackson as moonwalking or with a fedora, but when he came through, it was much just like a child trying to connect and he really came across as any brother trying to connect with his sister, so it was just really an emotional special."
Henry also spoke about whether he felt 'any anger coming from his spirit' regarding La Toya's claims against him all those years ago.
He continued: "No, it was interesting. He actually communicated to La Toya in that reading that some of the comments she had made around the time that these allegations were brought forward might have been in jest, or she might have regretted and he communicated an understanding and forgiveness around some of what she said previously.
"So it was actually really important for her to hear that and I think it might have been a precursor to what came later on, sadly."
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Another thing that emerged from the reading is that - according to Henry - Michael is very unhappy about the treatment he received from Dr Conrad Murray.
Murray administered the overdose of the anaesthetic drug propofol that killed Jackson in 2009.
During the TV special, Henry told La Toya: "He's acknowledging that he should not have been left alone at a time when he was left alone,
"The person who should've been there to monitor wasn't monitoring, and it's like, 'I trusted you to be there. I trusted the role that you were supposed to have to help me and you left. And it's like, Of all times, you should be right here.'"
At the time, La Toya said: "I think what hurts more than anything else is that, not only was there a need for someone to be there for him, but there was a trusted person... a person that was in that inner circle, and that person wasn't there.
"And just to hear that, just really, it just tears you apart. I just wanted to just cry."
She also remains convinced that the psychic Henry did actually contact her dead brother.
She added: "These are things Tyler was telling me that nobody knows."
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