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People Share How A Robin ‘Proved’ Their Loved Ones Are Still With Them, Even After Death

People Share How A Robin ‘Proved’ Their Loved Ones Are Still With Them, Even After Death

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“I feel so happy whenever I see one”

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Sharon Sandford said:

“I have always believed robins to be a sign that a loved one is near. Never failed to see one at the cemetery when visiting my brother’s resting place.

“My mum died last November and we buried her ashes next to my brother on what would have been his birthday.

“The biggest robin appeared and actually went into the grave. He then hopped over to my Dad and then me. I feel so happy whenever I see one.”

“It was a lovely moment”

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Ann Brady said:

“There is a little robin who visited us when we were standing at my son’s resting place as well.

“On one of the first occasions we visited and stood there. It hopped down in front of us looked at us. We still see it from time to time. It was a lovely moment!”

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