- Anita Noden told how a psychic predicted her killing a year before her death
- The medium said during a reading that her body would be 'left in a mess'
- Kirby Noden was bludgeoned to death by boyfriend Dean Lowe in their flat
- Lowe was jailed for 28 years in May after he chopped up her remains
A mother told how a psychic predicted her daughter would die and her body would be left 'in a mess' a year before she was bludgeoned to death by her boyfriend.
Sadistic killer Dean Lowe chopped up Kirby Noden's body after beating her with a rock and metal pole, then put her remains in a bin and flushed them down the toilet.
Lowe, who was jailed for 28 years for the killing in January, spent four months living in the blood soaked flat in Marazion, west Cornwall before confessing.
But months earlier Ms Noden's mother Anita had her palm read while on holiday when she was given the haunting prediction.
Ms Noden, of Winsford, Cheshire, said: 'He looked at my palm and asked me who was the girl who had five children.
'I said that was Kirby, she had three children and lost two.
'He said he saw prison bars and somebody behind them for a long time.
'He said 'I'm sorry to tell you this but her body is in a mess.'
'I thought the bars were for Dean, that he would get done for drugs. But I never thought he'd be put behind them for killing my girl.'
Exeter Crown Court heard how Lowe killed mother of three Kirby with a rock that was left smashed in five pieces and a metal pole with three protruding screws which he 'used to finish her off'.
The judge said no-one knew whether he killed her in one continuous attack 'whether it was the work of minutes, or of hours, even days, for long long she was conscious with blows raining down on her'.
After he had disposed of her body he waited four months before sending Facebook messages to his family members.
He admitted to police when they came to the flat that he 'must have killed her and cut her up' adding: 'He also said he had made a necklace out of Kirby's teeth.'
But when Lowe have evidence during the three week trial, he claimed she is alive and living in South Africa working as a missionary.
He claimed to have had a call from her while on remand in Exeter jail saying she told him: 'You've got life in jail and I've got a new life out here.'
Speaking about the day her precious daughter was murdered Ms Noden told the Daily Mirror: 'I'm plagued by thoughts of what happened that night.
'I hope the first blow with the rock killed her.'
She also told the publication how she had a string of Facebook messages from Lowe to his cousin revealed what he had done.
One read: 'Facts are this: there was a body looking like Kirby on my floor was there for days not just an overnight dream was still there day after day.
'I cut it up and put it in the bin and flushed fat and guts down the toilet. The blood is still there now and the pool of matter is still stained on the floor.'
Lowe included photos, one of them showing a blood-spattered ceiling.
Ms Noden added: 'When police called to his house that night he apparently said 'I thought you'd have come before now with all the meat in the bins.'
'How he didn't block the toilet flushing her down the toilet is beyond me.
'Police came down to me on the Friday night and took DNA from me and Kirby's children.
'Kirby's blood was all over the house in Cornwall.
'A police family liaison officer called us that night and told us that the amount of blood they found at Kirby's house was either life-threatening or life-ending.
'From what we can see it's life-ending', he said.
'I passed the phone to Kirby's sister Vicky. I couldn't listen to anymore. My heart just broke. I couldn't stop crying.
'I was suicidal. All I wanted was my girl back. But I had to keep going for Kirby's children and my friends kept me strong.
Paying tribute to her daughter, she said: 'Kirby was a lovely, happy-go-lucky child. Everyone loved her.
'She had a great imagination and she was artistic and loving. She always had a big smile.'
She also blasted his 28 year sentence saying: 'As far as I'm concerned he should have swung from the end of a rope, but then that would be too easy, not like how he made it for our girl.
'I hate him with a passion. We're all absolutely devastated. She was so loved by her family and her friends.'