A so-called “animal psychic” is looking for her fifteen minutes of fame by claiming that she has been in contact with the spirit of Cecil, the lion who was killed by an American dentist in Zimbabwe last month.
A new tell-all book by a professional psychic reveals the scam tactics widely used by big name mediums who claim they can read minds and receive messages from the dead.
I recently received an email from a reader who was concerned about the ill-effects suffered by a follower of Shekina Rose, a so-called “Priestess of Light, Divine Messenger and Harmonic Vocalist” who claims to be able to produce a musical tone that can do everything from heal cancer to transform DNA.
I’ve heard everything now. Believe it or not, World Cup fans are apparently oggling a fish tank in Germany that contains a small brown octupus. Known as Paul, it is said to have correctly predicted the results of all six matches involving the German team and is now preparing to pick the winner of Sunday’s final match.
by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
(June 19, 2008) An Ontario woman was shocked when school officials told her they had evidence her autistic daughter was being sexually abused. But her shock turned to outrage when they said their evidence was based on information given to a teacher’s aide by a local psychic. Read the rest…