Perry Farrell Reveals Ghost Visit After Anthony Bourdain & Chris Cornell: ‘The Voice Was Weary’


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Following the suicides in the last year of Chris Cornell, Chester Bennington, Kate Spade, and Anthony Bourdain, Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell has detailed a conversation he had years ago with a ghost who also died by suicide. Farrell sings about suicide in the Jane’s Addiction classic “Then She Did.” His mother died by suicide when he was three years old. Below are Farrell’s recent tweets to fans.

Lock, I am the news source of the esoteric wisdom. You can take my reporting to the bank. Had a real encounter with a visitation of energy (an angel). I feel now is the time to report it to you all as she was a weary soul who took her own life. We spoke for approximately 10 mins.

AVeg, The Alteration: Change our very own hearts and minds. Understanding the cosmic repercussions of our actions. Freedom= Responsible for our life and destiny. The move you never make, is sometimes the smartest move you’ll ever make. We wished she wouldn’t have; “Then She Did”.

Alan, I can’t tell you where anyone goes after this life. I can tell you where the one I spoke to went because she told me. Said that she “travels the world”; and that she was “so tired”. The sound in her voice was weary. Not happy, but accepting of her actions. True occurrence..

I wish and I hope and pray that they are free. As stated- I can not tell you where anyone goes. I am admitting to you today, that this is where she said she is. And by her description she was in camp. She used the plural “We” when she began speaking. I was simply listening.

Thank you Adam, I meditate on that night- every day of my life. Took place in 1993 I believe? I did not take note of the exact day. Will ask my sister. Called her. There’s record. The impression is algorithmic. Secretive at first- now I think it’s to be shared. Try to understand.