UK PSYCHICS REPORT - 16 August 2002
The twin of a man who was killed in a car crash has told how he sensed something terrible had happened. Adam Turner, 20, died instantly when his car was in collision with another vehicle on his way to work. Today, his brother, Scott, revealed he was forced to call in sick just minutes later. He believes the special bond between twins could have made him sense his brother's fate. Scott, a barman at The Bank pub, Radford, said: "I will remember him as my best friend, my other half and as such a laugh. I envied him really. He was loved by everyone and hated by nobody. He was always there to help people." Mum Carole, 43, said, together with their other 21-year-old brother Mark, her trio of sons had an incredible bond. Speaking about Scott sensing something was wrong, she said: "Similar things happened when the boys were toddlers. The constant crying of one of them was sometimes a sign that the other was ill." Adam had spent the previous night, Saturday, 27 July, at a family friend's party and had left his parents at a grass track car race meeting near Markfield in Leicestershire. He died when his Vauxhall Astra was in collision with a Jaguar sports car the following morning.