The world was saddened by the sudden death of Peaches Geldof; writer and T.V presenter who died by unexplained causes aged, just 25, on April 7th.
The 25 year old was Daughter of Boom town rat’s front man and the co- creator of live aid, Bob Geldof and T.V presenter Paula Yates. The family sadly have experienced tragedy before when TV presenter Yates died of a drug overdose in September 2000. In September 2012 Geldof said Peaches’ had not been able to come to terms with her mother’s death for several years.
Peach’s body was found on 7 April at the home she shared with her husband, musician Thomas Cohen and their sons, Astala, 23 months, and 11-month-old Phaedra, in Wrotham, Kent. Her cause of death is not yet known as a post-mortem test was inconclusive. Police, who were called to an address in Kent around lunchtime on Monday 7th, say the death is currently being treated as “unexplained and sudden”.
There is one mystery that may never be solved that involved Peaches’ famed ghost hand Instagram which she claims was not a publicity stunt, despite allegations from various sources, that she posted early in the year.
Peaches Geldof claims a mysterious hand which appeared in a selfie she took belongs to a ghost. She snapped the picture of herself with son Astala in the bathroom of her Kent home. But when she looked at the photo she noticed the ghostly hand by the side of her head and posted it on Instagram saying: “Close up shot of the mystery ghost hand in pic I took of Astala and me In the bath!!”
“And no that isn’t my hand- one of mine was round his waist to hold him during the photo, the other holding the camera to take the shot.”
She later posted that she had, had to leave the door of her room ajar in order to let some light “in case the ghost comes back.”
Geldof said she had checked the council’s back catalogue and found out the 1920s building had been built by a wealthy man and his wife, who was pregnant at the time. She said the woman had given birth to a stillborn baby and that she was so grief-stricken she had gone mad and drowned herself in the bath. Geldof said she thought she had found a picture of the woman who killed herself
She said: “Do you think that she is the ghost?? Seems like it seeing as I saw the ghost in the bath tub! Terrifying!!!!!!!”
She said, however, that the “presence” she felt in the house was “friendly” and “rather maternal”
She said: “Maybe she is just making her presence known because she loves having the babies around????? I hope so!!!!”
Is there a connection between the photo and the sudden unexplained death? Sadly we shall never get to the truth of the matter about the photo that may become one of the most infamous ghost pictures of our time.
Regardless of the cause the world had lost a very talented and vibrant soul and our sympathies go out to the Family, friends and fans.
This report was compiled by the Paranormal Chronicles through various media sources.
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