Heartbroken Mother Issues Urgent Warning After Daughter Is Killed By Her Own Birthday Balloons


This is an URGENT warning!

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After her seven-year-old daughter was tragically killed by her own birthday balloons, a devastated mother has issued an urgent warning to parents.

Alexandra Hope Kelly, a young girl from Clinton, Tennessee, was celebrating at her home when disaster struck.

Channa Kelly, her mother, claims she discovered her daughter ‘face down on the living room floor’ and immediately dialled 911.

The rescue services ‘worked tirelessly’ to bring her back, but their efforts were unsuccessful.

Kelly revealed on Facebook that she ‘never realised there was such a risk’ and was completely unaware of the potential hazards.

She now hopes that her experience can help prevent future tragedies.

“Alex asked if she could pop her large ‘7’ balloon and I said that was fine,” she writes.

“I would have never imagined that she would have been able to fit this balloon over her head. I went to my bedroom unaware of any dangers with this type of balloon.

“I fell asleep briefly and when I woke up I found my daughter face down on the living room floor where I had left her.”

She adds that she noticed the balloon over her head and removed it quickly before calling 911 and performing CPR on her daughter.

“A police officer arrived and took over CPR followed by firefighters and paramedics. They worked tirelessly to try to bring her back but their attempts to revive her were unsuccessful,” Kelly continues.

The bereaved mother is unsure whether her daughter died of ‘helium poisoning or suffocation,’ and they are waiting for her cause of death to be determined, which may take up to six months.

She concluded her article by adding that she hopes to raise awareness about the hazards of balloons and that her own tragedy will prevent other parents from going through the same ordeal.

“I hope and pray that this will save the lives of other children. I wouldn’t want anyone else to experience the pain and devastation that the loss of a child brings,” she writes.

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GoFundMe page has been set up by Kelly’s sister-in-law, Kristi Tucker, in hopes of covering funeral costs.

At the time of writing, it has raised $14,700 – close to its $15,000 target.

In Alexandra’s obituary, she is described as ‘a loving and kindhearted little girl with a vivacious spirit’.

It continues: “She loved to sing and dance and make her mama laugh. Her animated conversation could make anyone smile and she was wonderful to talk to.

“Her favourite colour was blue and the sparkle in her eyes revealed a true angel on earth. Now she is an angel in her Heavenly Father’s arms and so many hearts are broken to not have her still here with us.

“However, we are comforted knowing that the beauty she brought to this world will never be forgotten. She was a precious soul and her Father needed her with Him. He called her home, but her light remains.”

Boy Claims He Died In 9/11 And Has Eerily Perfect Memory Of Attacks

A youngster who claims to have perished on 9/11 and who has an uncannily accurate memory of the attacks has come forward.

In the US, the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, known as 9/11, took the lives of 2,996 unarmed civilians.

The terrorist organisation al-Qaeda carried out four well-planned strikes on this day.

It witnessed hijacked commercial aircraft strike the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers in New York, causing both to finally collapse.

Aerial assaults were also launched against the Pentagon, the US military’s command centre, and a federal building in Washington, DC; the latter attempt finally failed.

The story of Cade, 7, and how he claims to be reborn was revealed in a documentary series titled The Ghost Inside My Child: A Boy Remembers His Past Life years after the attacks.

Watch Cade’s story below

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The 2004-born boy claims that he can recall dying by falling to the ground on September 11th.

In one episode, he is being driven through a city while gazing out the window at the buildings.

He spoke at this scene: “That big shiny one looks just like the Twin Towers. It brings back a lot of memories. But I’m not going in it, OK?

“This feels creepy. I just don’t like the look of it. I would not like to go in that tall building, no.”

Molly, Cade’s mother, continued by saying that Cade has always been “frantic” around towering structures and that, unexpectedly, he once claimed to have perished in the World Trade Center while working there.

She alleged: “It finally did get to the point where I couldn’t deny it anymore. 

“He just flat out said that he was in a building that was hit by something. It exploded. 

“That he had fallen. And then the pieces suddenly came together, like a puzzle. 

“The planes, the tall building… this person was at the World Trade Center.”

During the documentary, Cade went on to claim: “The plane hit the World Trade Center, then it got stuck in the building.

“When I was falling, I was still alive. And then all the rubble hit me. I didn’t feel anything because I died.”

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Around the age of three, according to Molly, her son began to experience severe nightmares about falling.

She recalled: “Cade was very good as a baby. He slept a lot. Calm, quiet. 

“Right around the time he was three, he would wake up screaming about falling, being able to see the Statue of Liberty from his office and about his leg being broken off.

“I would be in bed and Cade would just start crying in the middle of the night. He would wake up screaming about working in a tall building.”

She claimed he then began to draw buildings with a man falling off.

“In my head at the time, I did begin to think he was describing 9/11,” she said.

According to Molly, Cade’s apparent “obsession” with death and insistence that individuals “don’t die” worried her.

Additionally, she stated that he had insisted that ‘Cade’ was not his name and that he had “picked” her to be his mother.

After learning about her son’s purported memories of September 11, Molly claimed she decided to launch her own “research.”

She said: “It was actually another mother who sent me the link, and she said that there was a man who worked at the World Trade Center, and he died on 9/11. 

“His life mimics what Cade describes his life and his death as. I’ve done the investigation, I made the connection and now I know. I know the truth. I know who he was. I know how he died. 

“But as a mother, I’m feeling very helpless. I can’t make this memory go away [for Cade].”

In order to prevent further pain for the victim’s family, Molly chose to keep Cade’s ‘past life’ name a secret.