Indigo children of St. Louis claim they can talk to the dead

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – They claim to see the unseen and talk to loved ones who have passed on. They are Indigo children and they’re living right here in St. Louis and Jerseyville.

Nathan Parks, his mom Jodie, and his little sister Hailey are all Indigos.

“My first experience was when I was about 6 years old. I saw an angel floating above.” said Jodie Parks “We had poltergeist activity things flying all over the house a shadow man presenting itself to him.”

Dr. Barbara Condron With the School of Metaphyics, and author of, How to Raise an Indigo child, describes what it means to be an Indigo.

“They walk through walls, they can start fires they can do all kinds of things with their mental abilities.” said Dr. Barbara Condron of the School of Metaphysics.

Many times kids are diagnosed with a mental disorder if they display Indigo traits.

“They are often misdiagnosed,” said Dr. Barbara Condron.

“I always thought there was something wrong with me,” said Jessica Andre.

Jessica Andre, 28, has been seeing spirits and predicting certain outcomes her whole life, but she says she is not a psychic. “I do remember seeing apparitions in my house and being like that is the norm.”

Lisa Pini describes herself as a psychic and an Indigo. She used her gift to help the family of a missing person.

“Locating a body it was a rough one, but it did bring closure to the family” said psychic medium Lisa Pini.

Whether you believe they see angels or spirits. One would have to admit their vision is extraordinary.

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