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Derek Acorah says Madeleine McCann will be reincarnated as Cheryl Cole’s baby

by | 15th, May 2012

4956631 Derek Acorah says Madeleine McCann will be reincarnated as Cheryl Coles babyMADELEINE McCANN is dead. So says Derek Acorah. He tells the world: “She’s not on this earth any more.” But she in the celestial Sun, which leads with the opinions of a man who told us that Cheryl Cole and Ashley would have a baby in 2011, Michael Jackson is communicatingWorld Cup WAGS were going to jail and that Bournemouth and Brighton are about to be submerged beneath sea ice.

Still, Acorah hedges his bets and says that although Our Maddie is gone she is set to be reincarnated, most likely, perhaps, as Cheryl Cole’s baby.

“I know her parents are convinced Maddie is alive and I’m really sorry – but the little one has been over in the spirit world for some time. I don’t think she’ll be there long before she reincarnates. When children pass over who haven’t had full lives I believe they choose the time to come back in the same form again — as another little girl.”

We told you this story would run and run. We just never thought our grandchildren would be reading about it.

Predictably, the McCanns – Gerry and Kate – are “said to be disgusted by this”, a “source” saying that Acorah is “nothing but a self-publicist”, as if that’s a bad thing.

So. Acorah uses the missing child to make the news. The McCanns’ team use that to make a public comment about their child. And the Sun splashes it on the front page and uses the lot of them to sell its paper.

Presumably, this is what the child would have wanted.

As for Acorah, well, he adds:

“I was only making those statements to explain why I didn’t go to Portugal. I would hate to offend or upset the McCanns as a parent myself.”

“As a parent…” Because parents are always such lovely people and never enjoy seeing other parents fail…



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