12 May 2010, JellyBean @ 4:16 pm

SITTING on the number 31 bus on the way to a party, a youthful Fay Weldon was struck by a premonition: that she was about to meet the man she “was going to marry”. That evening, back in 1960, she locked eyes with the jazz musician Ron Weldon and he went on to become her second husband and the father of her three sons.

It was a coincidence that the feminist and author has never forgotten. In fact, on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs this weekend Weldon, 78, outed herself as a closet psychic. She went on to explain that she believes she has had the gift since childhood. “I was really quite small with a tendency to see things that weren’t actually there, sort of ghosts or figures around the bed,” she said, adding: “I think I know what goes on in other people’s heads more than most people do. Writers on the whole tend to have a degree of empathy that not everybody has.”

But while Weldon has claimed these paranormal powers for those of her own profession, she may be surprised to discover that, according to many British psychics, we all possess such abilities, even if we don’t quite know how to tap into them.

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