Madonna Badger Saw Visions Of Dead Daughters After Chrismas Fire

Thu, December 6, 2012 6:06pm EST by 1 Comment
Madonna Badger Christmas Fire
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The grieving mom, who lost all three of her daughters last Christmas in a tragic house fire, revealed in a Dec. 6 interview on ‘Today’ she thought she was ‘going nuts’ after her girls spoke to her from the dead — watch the emotional video below.

Madonna Badger experienced inexplicable tragedy on Christmas Day, 2011 when the large house she shared caught fire in the middle of the night — and killed her three young daughters, as well as her parents.

Now, almost a year later, Madonna revealed to Matt Lauer on Today how she dealt with such devastating loss.

“When I pray, I see my children. Lily came to me very early on and said, ‘Don’t worry, Mommy, I’m right there in your heart and I love you,'” she said.

She added that visions of her daughters happened often — and helped comfort her.

“Once when I was having a level 10, the worst sort of crisis, (where it) feels like blood is coming out of my eyes, Sarah came to me in the mirror and she said, ‘Mommy, there’s nothing to be afraid of. Everything is going to be OK,'” Madonna said.

The grieving mom told Matt she thought she was “delusional” and “going nuts” — until she read Proof of Heaven by Dr. Eben Alexander.

Now, she believes her daughters are helping her cope and move forward. Watch the emotional interview below.

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– Christina Stiehl

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Posted at 9:50 AM on May 20, 2014  

This story is so tragic and sad, there are no word for the pain

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