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Russell Watson believes vivid dreams of ‘explosions in my head’ were premonition of two brain tumours

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The US Sun
 2021-02-15

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”.

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Russell Watson said his vivid dreams were a premonition of two brain tumours Credit: Rex Features

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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The opera singer described the dreams as 'explosions in my head' Credit: Getty Images - Getty

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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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