Russell Watson believes vivid dreams of ‘explosions in my head’ were premonition of two brain tumours
SINGER Russell Watson believes vivid dreams of “explosions in my head” were a premonition of two brain tumours.
The opera star, 54, said he “knew something was coming” because of the recurring night “visions”.
He said the dreams went “all the way back to my childhood”, adding: “There was this sensation of explosions in my head.
“And a sense that something sinister, at some point in my life, was going to happen.”
Medics discovered the golf-ball sized growths in 2006 and he was told he would never sing again.
Speaking to podcast In Your Dreamzzz, Russell said he had dreams of fighting a “great big blob” during his illness.
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He made a full recovery following surgery.
Theresa Cheung, bestselling author of The Dream Dictionary, A to Z, thinks Russell was experiencing “precognitive dreams” and getting a glimpse into his future.
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