CHUCKLEBROTHER Paul has revealed his late brother Barry visited him in his dreams to say “there’s an afterlife”.
Barry, the older half of the comic duo, died last August aged 73, following a battle with cancer.
Six months after Barry’s death, Paul revealed he is still struggling to cope with his loss.
He said he thinks about him everyday and even feels like “he is still beside me”.
But speaking to Metro.co.uk Paul his brother always insisted there was not an afterlife.
But on one of his “walks” in his dreams, Barry was right beside him.
Paul said: “He [Barry] had never been in my dreams before, very rarely.
‘I WAS RIGHT’
“It wouldn’t be me and him doing something, but you know how in dreams you are walking around, and you bump into people – wherever I’m going, he’d always be beside me.
“And I think that’s his way of coming back to tell me I was right, there is an afterlife.’
The series ran for 21 seasons from 1987 to 2009.
Shortly before his death, the pair’s eldest brother Jimmy Patton revealed how Barry was “was gulping for air” and “in a very bad way”.
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But even after his death, Paul claimed Barry saved a girl’s life – bringing her out of a coma.
Paul said the eight-year-old girl’s health deteriorated after contracting meningitis and her life support had been due to be turned off.
But she never missed his hit TV show so in a last desperate bid, her mum played her the theme tune.
After a few minutes the girl opened her eyes and asked: “Is it on mummy?”
Paul’s brother Barry Chuckle died last year following a battle with cancer[/caption]
The eight-year-old girl was a big fan of the Chuckle Brother’s hit TV show, ChuckleVision[/caption]
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