Real Housewives star’s call to find men who saved her from being ‘raped or murdered’

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Real Houseives of Cheshire star Deborah Davies has asked her fans for help in locating a group of men she is sure saved her life.

Debbie appealed on Instagram as she recalled a terrifying experience when a man tried to force her into a car while she was walking home from a nightclub in 1987.

And she shared a photo of herself in Dialstone Lane, Offerton, at the very spot where her ordeal took place.

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She told fans: “At best I think I would have been raped, at worst I would have been murdered.”

Deborah Davies on The Real Housewives of Cheshire

The psychic medium says the man pushed her into the passenger seat of the vehicle and she remembers seeing a rope in the footwell.

Fortunately, a group of young men in a passing car realized something was wrong and stopped to help, and the man released Debbie before driving off.

Taking to her Instagram, Debbie said she decided to speak out after her memory was triggered by coverage of women feeling unsafe walking alone at night.

“It triggered a memory for me that still gives me nightmares,” he said.

Deborah shared an appeal with her followers.

“This is not the usual glamorous looking post most of you see on social media, this is me standing in the same spot a man tried to pull me out of in 1987 and forced me into his car.

This is Dialstone Lane, Offerton, Stockport.

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She recalled: “I was walking home alone around 1am from a local nightclub called Hamiltons. A car slowly pulled up next to me, a man got out and what happened next was her worst nightmare.

“I struggled with him when he pushed me headfirst into the passenger seat, I remember a rope in the footwell.

“Luckily a group of guys were in a car about to pass by and they realized something was seriously wrong, they made a U-turn and when they pulled up behind the car the guy let go of me and took off with the car door. passenger still. open.”

Debbie says that she would like to find the men who came to her aid to thank them.

She continued, “After all these years I would like to find them and say thank you.

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“At best I would have been raped, I think, at worst I would have been murdered. Whoever you are, you saved my life because I never would have fully recovered anyway.”

Debbie asked her followers, “Please share this on your stories. I’m sure you’ll never forget what you saw that night.”

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The reality star joined ITVBe’s reality show Real Housewives in season 13 last year.

He runs a medium-sized psychic business from his home in Wilmslow and previously appeared on the Sky TV show Unexplained: Caught on Camera investigating the spirit world.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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