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Whispering horse hypnotist, 69, accused of stabbing husband to death to face trial in February


A horse-loving hypnotherapist appeared in court today charged with the murder of her 72-year-old husband.

Christine Rawle, 69, allegedly stabbed Ian Rawle at their secluded bungalow in North Devon, in August.

He died of a stab wound to the back at their home in Knowle near Braunton.

Rawle describes himself on social media as a ‘hypnotist’ who demonstrates his skills with horses.

Christine Rawle (pictured), 69, accused of murdering her husband of 35 years

Christine Rawle (pictured), 69, accused of murdering her husband of 35 years

Christine Rawle (pictured), 69, accused of murdering her husband of 35 years

Rawle is unable to make a defense as she does not have an attorney due to the ongoing strikes

Rawle is unable to make a defense as she does not have an attorney due to the ongoing strikes

Rawle is unable to make a defense as she does not have an attorney due to the ongoing strikes

Mr. Rawle died of a stab wound to the back at their home in Knowle near Braunton

Mr. Rawle died of a stab wound to the back at their home in Knowle near Braunton

Mr. Rawle died of a stab wound to the back at their home in Knowle near Braunton

She appeared via video link from Eastwood Park Jail to Exeter Crown Court.

Rawle has not released a defense as she does not have an attorney to represent her due to the current strike by lawyers.

Judge Peter Johnson said she will have to appear in court for a week in February next year and he has taken her into custody.

An autopsy was conducted on Mr Rawle and found a single stab wound to Ian’s upper back.

'Horse' hypnotist Rawle (pictured) is accused of stabbing her husband Ian Rawle, 72

'Horse' hypnotist Rawle (pictured) is accused of stabbing her husband Ian Rawle, 72

‘Horse’ hypnotist Rawle (pictured) is accused of stabbing her husband Ian Rawle, 72

She describes herself on social media as a 'registered horse trainer' and is known as a 'horse whisperer'

She describes herself on social media as a 'registered horse trainer' and is known as a 'horse whisperer'

She describes herself on social media as a ‘registered horse trainer’ and is known as a ‘horse whisperer’

He also suffered from heart disease, likely because he died from less blood loss than in the other case.

Rawle describes herself on social media as a ‘registered horse trainer’ and is known as a ‘horse whisperer’.

Her Facebook page describes her as: ‘Hypnologist, Trauma Recovery Guide, Therapist’.

A linked YouTube video shows her demonstrating her skills with horses, while discussing her hypnosis skills.

It ends with the words: ‘I guess I’m in business to make people happy.’




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