Someone who names himself the “Manhattan Medium” clearly wants to go somewhere. Thomas John seems to believe that the fake psychic business is his ride to Richville, and with a $1,000 fee to answer just two questions about dead relatives in a month, the potential for profit is significant. To convince enough desperately grieving people […]
He calls himself the “Manhattan Medium,” a psychic of such great talent that he charges a $1,000 fee to answer two of your questions a month. Presumably somebody believes in him enough to pay that price.
Are the psychic predictions of Thomas John really worth a thousand dollars?
To answer that question, let’s take a […]
“Manhattan Medium” Thomas John charges $3,000 per hour to give his so-called psychic predictions to a group of 10 people.
You’d think that someone who charges $3,000 per hour would be good at what they do.
On December 28, 2013, so-called psychic Thomas John declared that in 2014, Prince William would be crowned King of […]
Someone out there is paying Vicki Monroe $250 an hour to issue psychic predictions from the spirit world. The problem is, it turns out “the spirits” really don’t know what they’re talking about. As I documented yesterday, Vicki Monroe used her professional psychic powers to make 21 predictions about the year 2013 for a Maine […]
In December of 2012, the Lewiston Sun Journal featured “psychic” Vicki Monroe and her predictions for 2013. This is the same Vicki Monroe who tells the world “the spirits” tell her the future. Vicki Monroe’s website (search “Maine psychic Vicki Monroe” if you really must see it) features photoshopped glistening false stars orbiting her head, […]
Self-proclaimed religious psychic visionary Linda Newkirk has issued her latest prophecy in an e-mail blast:
“Massive Quake/Volcanic Destruction Imminent!”
Oh dear! But I’m not quite convinced it’s time to go out and buy a lava-repellent helmet. In December 2009 Linda Newkirk issued a prophecy that within just a few months, amid a wave of drug […]
A self-described psychic called the police with the story about the mass grave, but there was nothing on the scene that was like what she told police officers to look for. Not only local police, but also the FBI, were called in to search the property. There was no mass grave. There were no dead bodies. […]
They say that if we meditate, or pray, or just even concentrate our thoughts, about something we want, we’re more likely to get that. Well, if that’s true, how come gamblers don’t break the House? […]
It’s a pretty fair bet that the Unity08 experience — aging political consultants using their media contacts to whip up a hypestorm and engineer their own presidential candidate — will not be repeated as Unity2012. I say this with confidence because the website Unity2012.com has already been claimed — with a rather different agenda: