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Turns Out, Vanessa Hudgens Has Been Able To Speak To Ghosts Since She Was A Child

  Turns Out, Vanessa Hudgens Has Been Able To Speak To Ghosts Since She Was A Child Vanessa Hudgens is adding herself to the list of famous faces who lean toward the paranormal. In a new interview on The Kelly Clarkson Show, the 'High School Musical' alum revealed that she has experienced many moments throughout her entire life where she has had encounters with ghosts.. There seems to be something in the Hollywood water, given that multiple celebrities have recently confessed that they're in touch with their supernatural side. Now, Vanessa Hudgens is adding herself to the list of famous faces who lean toward the paranormal.

I am appalled at the apparent suggestion that it is not acceptable for a Labour party member to be opposed to Nato (Corbyn will not regain Labour whip while endorsing Stop the War, suggests Starmer, 11 April). I distinctly remember speaking against Nato at a national conference of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in the late 1960s, and that view has never changed. I have been a Labour member since 1971 and I have never had any indication from the party that that view was inconsistent with membership.

Simon Fowler

Lamberhurst, Kent

• It was refreshing to read Oleksandr Ruchko’s piece from Lviv (Country diary, 14 April), and to hear of the white stork, the national bird of Ukraine and a symbol of freedom. It brought to mind folk songs of the Tchyka bird, a poetical name for Ukraine itself.

Turns Out, Vanessa Hudgens Has Been Able To Speak To Ghosts Since She Was A Child

  Turns Out, Vanessa Hudgens Has Been Able To Speak To Ghosts Since She Was A Child A report from the Australian housing and urban research institute has found support for renters during the height of the pandemic lockdowns was 'patchy'. Managing Director Dr Michael Fotheringham says the new research shows that support for renters during that time didn't hit the mark.

Paul Salt

London

• Never mind about silent characters in The Archers (Letters, 13 April). What about a thought for an unheard and unseen character frequently mentioned in the 60-odd years Coronation Street has been on – Willie Eckerslike.


Video: Zelensky tells Commons: We will not give up and we will not lose (Daily Record)

Tim Lane

Storrington, West Sussex

• I couldn’t help thinking of Vladimir Putin as I watched the wicked Gellert Grindelwald, played by Mads Mikkelsen, in the latest Fantastic Beasts film.

Canon Cecil Heatley

Bromley, London

• David J Bray doesn’t know how lucky he is, with one column on seven county cricket matches (Letters, 12 April). Try being a rugby league supporter.

Frank Turton

Upton, Nottinghamshire

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Norland College principal reveals how to become an A-list nanny .
Speaking exclusively to FEMAIL, Principal Dr Janet Rose revealed what it takes to be accepted to the 130-year-old Norland College, in Bath, where the Cambridges' nanny trained.The 130-year-old institution in Bath offers four-year courses that trains nannies of the super-elite, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who hired Norland Nanny Maria Borallo to look after their children George, eight, Charlotte, six and Louis, three.

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