Then get a message from someone who passed as a young man in a motorbike accident. A young man who tells you that the person he wants to get a message to (his mum) is not there. But is known by people in the theatre and two people put their hand up in acknowledgment. Then no matter what he says to me the two people (who didn't know each other) both say he's come through for them.
It then transpires that the one lady is his aunty, the other his teacher.
Two people in a city of more than 750,000 that I had never met, and had never met each other or knew of the other's existence. Two people bought together by a young man's need to get a message to his mother.
Now I'm not a mathematician but it seems to me that the chances of this of incredibly low. Maybe someone out there can work it out.
I have said on several occasions that you are free to believe whatever you want to believe. It is not my job to persuade anybody. It is my job to attempt to pass on what I am given, here my responsibility ends. However, it seems to me that if you are open, then this sort of evidence will surely make even the most hard hearted sceptic think again.